CINEMA AND AUDIODESCRIPTION, TRIBUTES FILM

ROBERT REDFORD

ÉTAS-UNIS

Synopsis

In 1920s Montana, the two sons of a strict but kindly Presbyterian minister make their way into adulthood in A River Runs Through It, a story of love, rebellion, family, and fly fishing. The titular river provides the film with its bucolic centre, both literal – many of the film’s key events take place within sight of the majestic stream – and metaphorical – the endless passage of water reflecting the flow of time, and things taken away. Featuring Brad Pitt in his breakout lead performance, and introducing Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Robert Redford’s third directorial effort was nominated for three Academy Awards, and won for Best Cinematography.

Country

USA

Year

1992

Length

123 minutes

Format

Colour

Langue

English

Fiche technique

Director: Robert Redford
Producers: Robert Redford, Patrick Markey
Screenwriter: Richard Friedenberg, d’après le roman de Norman Maclean
Cinematographer: Philippe Rousselot
Editors: Lynzee Klingman, Robert Estrin
Production Designer: Jon Hutman
Sound: Hans Roland
Music: Mark Isham

Interprétation

Craig Sheffer, Brad Pitt, Tom Skerritt, Brenda Blethyn, Emily Lloyd, Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Contact

Production Companies: Allied Filmmakers, Wildwood Enterprises