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NORA

by Pat Murphy

synopsis

In a time when women were expected to conform, Nora, a spirited young woman from Galway, has her world changed when she meets raffish young writer James Joyce. Persuading him to start a future together away from Dublin, the couple travel to Trieste, Italy where their passionate and tempestuous life together continues. Joyce is tormented by the fear that his work will never be published but Nora anchors his instabilities and the couple's relationship is bonded by a deep, sexual love.

international title: NORA
original title: NORA
country: Ireland, Italy, Germany
sales agent: IAC Films
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Pat Murphy
film run: 120'
release date: IT 16/02/2001, ES 05/10/2001, DE 31/08/2000, UK 19/05/2000
screenplay: Pat Murphy, Gerard Stembridge
cast: Ewan McGregor, Susan Lynch, Peter McDonald, Roberto Citran, Ignazio Oliva, Arnoldo Foà
cinematography by: Jean-François Robin
film editing: Pia Di Ciaula
art director: Alain McDonald, Stefano Maria Ortolani
costumes designer: Consolata Boyle
music: Stanislav Syrevich
producer: Gherardo Pagliei, Elisabetta Riga, Tracey Seaward, Damon Bryant, Bradley Adams
production: Volta Films, Metropolitan Films, Gam Film, Road Movies Filmproduktion (DE)
distributor: Momentum Pictures, Advanced (DE), Lion Pictures (IT), Sherlock Films (ES)
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