sábado, 15 de abril de 2023

The Girl from Petrovka (Robert Ellis Miller, 1974)

A beautiful Russian ballerina (Goldie Hawn) falls in love with an American news correspondent (Hal Holbrook). The K.G.B. is most displeased, and does everything it can to break them up.

Based on book written by George Feifer

Direção   Robert Ellis Miller
    
Stars   Goldie Hawn, Hal Holbrook, Anthony Hopkins

Music by Henri Mancini
Cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond

Before filming started, Sir Anthony Hopkins scoured the bookshops of London's Charing Cross Road, trying to find a copy of the novel upon which this movie was based. He had no luck, went to catch a train home, and found a copy lying on a bench at the station. Years later, Hopkins met author George Feifer, who told him that he'd lent his own copy to a friend, who then lost it. Hopkins produced the one he'd found, and asked if it was Feifer's. It was.
The scene featuring Red Square and The Kremlin was a matte painting backdrop, as the production did not go to Moscow, Russia for filming.


Subs: English & Portuguese (Portugal).

Link: https://youtu.be/IRONllGL718

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