Green Card

Two complete strangers agree to a marriage of convenience in Green Card  -  the romantic comedy from director Peter Weir.   Georges (Gérard Depardieu) is looking for a Green Card to live and work in the U.S.  Bronte (Andie MacDowell) is obsessed with moving into a magical apartment,  available only to a married couple.  When the marriage is investigated by Immigration, they are thrown into an-off balance intimacy.  Against a backdrop of Manhattan rooftop sunsets,  the driving beat of the New York streets and the lush greenhouse and beautiful apartment - this story of two people falling in love is enriched by a skilful supporting case.  A film of charm and energy, Green Card is an irresistible romance that will leave you with a smile on your face.

DIRECTOR: Peter Weir   PRODUCERS: Peter Weir, Edward S Feldman, Duncan Henderson. WRITER: Peter Weir. CAST: Gérard Depardieu, Andie MacDowell. MUSIC: Hans Zimmer.  CINEMATOGRAPHER: Geoffrey Simpson EDITOR: William M.Anderson PRODUCTION COMPANY: Touchstone Pictures. DISTRIBUTED BY:Buena Vista Pictures

YEAR: 1990. RUNNING TIME: 103 Minutes   COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Australia and France. LANGUAGE: English



Andie MacDowell and Gérard Depardieu