Queen of Hearts


1h 52m 1989

Brief Synopsis

Story of an immigrant family's move to a big city.

Film Details

Also Known As
Dame de coeur, La, La Dame de coeur, The
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Dda Public Relations; Filmfour International; Nelson Entertainment; Nelson Entertainment
Distribution Company
Cinecom International Films; Concorde Filmverleih Gmbh; Dendy Films; Iberoamericana; MGM Home Entertainment; Nova Entertainment; Nova Entertainment
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Tuscany, Italy

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Synopsis

Story of an immigrant family's move to a big city.

Crew

Dick Bambler

Executive In Charge Of Production

Shelly Bancroft

Development Executive

Mike Barker

Other

Graham Benson

Executive Producer

Anthony Black

Costume Supervisor

Laurie Borg

Location Manager

Peter Boyle

Editor

Neil Carrol

Carpenter

Jim Clay

Production Designer

Michael Convertino

Music

Philip Crighton

Costume Supervisor Assistant

Fred Crosby

Other

Gary Crosby

Other

Janette Day

Publicist

Roberto Dell'acqua

Stunt Coordinator (Italy)

Marissa Deverreux

Accounts Assistant

Charlotte Devlaming

Assistant (To John Hardy)

Diana Dill

Script Supervisor

Philip Elton

Art Direction

Peter Farrants

Carpenter

Jonathan Finn

Other

Richard Finney

Sound Assistant

John Frankel

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Gary Franklin

Makeup

Magdalen Gaffney

Wardrobe Research

Gerry Gavigan

1st Assistant Director

Peter Glossop

Sound Mixer

William Green

Production Runner

Toni Grisoni

Screenwriter

Tony Grisoni

Screenplay

Michelle Guish

Casting

Christopher Hamilton

Production Assistant (Italy)

John Hardy

Producer

Tessa Harrison

Art Direction Assistant

Steve Hedinger

Sign Writer

Lindy Hemming

Costume Designer

Caroline Hewitt

Associate Producer

Caroline Hewitt

Production Supervisor

Dean Humphreys

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Gerry Humphreys

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Alan John

Production Accountant

Jeremy Jones

Other

Meinir Jones-lewis

Hairstyles

Justin Kaufman

3rd Assistant Editor

Sean Keilly

Other

Charles Lagus

Underwater Photography

Dick Lewzey

Music Recording Mixer

Reg Lockwood

Other

Gareth Milne

Stunt Coordinator

Fiona Morham

Production Coordinator

Ron Mueck

Talking Pig Creator

Tim Murphy

Other

Brian Neighbour

Carpenter

Cesere Noia

Assistant Director (Italy)

Steve O'brien

Sound Maintenance

Peter Pennell

Sound Editor Supervisor

Moira Proietti

Casting (Rome)

Harry Rabinowitz

Music Director

Brian Read

Props Buyer

Dave Reilly

Property Master

Gianni Ricci

Assistant Director (Italy)

Filippo Righi

Translation (Italian)

Bob Risk

Dialogue Editor

Steve Rogers

Carpenter

Melanie Ryder

1st Assistant Editor

Chris Sayers

Construction Manager

Micky Seymour

Other

Malcolm Sheehan

Grip

Philip Sindall

Camera Operator

Colin Smith

Stagehand (Standby)

Keith Smith

Stagehand (Standby)

Mike Southon

Director Of Photography

Robert Stewart

Original Music

Paul Taylor

2nd Assistant Director

Simon Turner

Casting (Extras)

Julia Waye

3rd Assistant Director

Micky Webb

Wardrobe

Film Details

Also Known As
Dame de coeur, La, La Dame de coeur, The
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Dda Public Relations; Filmfour International; Nelson Entertainment; Nelson Entertainment
Distribution Company
Cinecom International Films; Concorde Filmverleih Gmbh; Dendy Films; Iberoamericana; MGM Home Entertainment; Nova Entertainment; Nova Entertainment
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Tuscany, Italy

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 20, 1989

Released in United States on Video March 21, 1990

Released in United States 1989

Released in United States May 1989

Released in United States August 21, 1989

Released in United States September 1989

Released in United States October 1989

Released in United States June 1991

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (in competition) August 24-September 4, 1989.

Shown at Cannes Film Festival Festival (market) May 1989.

Shown at Edinburgh Festival August 21, 1989.

Shown at San Sebastian Film Festival September 15-23, 1989.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 11 & 15, 1989.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 29 & 30, 1989.

Shown at Greater Fort Lauderdale Film Festival October 25, 26 & 27, 1989.

Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 7 & 8, 1989.

Shown at Sydney Film Festival June 7-21, 1991.

Feature directorial debut for Jon Amiel.

Began shooting October 31, 1988.

Released in United States Fall September 20, 1989

Released in United States on Video March 21, 1990

Released in United States 1989 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (in competition) August 24-September 4, 1989.)

Released in United States May 1989 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival Festival (market) May 1989.)

Released in United States August 21, 1989 (Shown at Edinburgh Festival August 21, 1989.)

Released in United States September 1989 (Shown at San Sebastian Film Festival September 15-23, 1989.)

Released in United States September 1989 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 29 & 30, 1989.)

Released in United States October 1989 (Shown at Greater Fort Lauderdale Film Festival October 25, 26 & 27, 1989.)

Released in United States September 1989 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 11 & 15, 1989.)

Released in United States October 1989 (Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 7 & 8, 1989.)

Released in United States June 1991 (Shown at Sydney Film Festival June 7-21, 1991.)