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THE TAILOR OF PANAMA

by John Boorman

synopsis

Based on the 1996 novel, this is a mixture of thriller and black comedy. Harry Pendel is the tailor to the powerful of Panama. Harry is known for his storytelling and suits, but soon his tales carry lethal repercussions. Harry spins a yarn that is not only taken as truth, but sets off a chain of events that threatens everything he values most in life.

international title: THE TAILOR OF PANAMA
original title: THE TAILOR OF PANAMA
country: Ireland, United States
sales agent: Columbia TriStar Film Distributors
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: John Boorman
film run: 109'
release date: GR 01/07/2001, ES 15/06/2001, IT 08/06/2001, FR 30/05/2001, CH 02/05/2001, DE 26/04/2001, UK 20/04/2001
screenplay: John Boorman, Andrew Davies, John Le Carré
cast: Pierce Brosnan, Geoffrey Rush, Jamie Lee Curtis, Leonor Varela, Brendan Gleeson, Harold Pinter, Catherine McCormack, Daniel Radcliffe, Lola Boorman
cinematography by: Philippe Rousselot
film editing: Ron Davis
art director: Derek Wallace
costumes designer: Maeve Paterson
music: Shaun Davey
producer: John Boorman
production: Merlin Films, Columbia TriStar (USA)
distributor: Sony Pictures Releasing UK, Columbia TriStar (FR), Columbia TriStar (DE), Prooptiki (GR), Columbia TriStar Films (IT), Columbia TriStar (ES), Buena Vista (CH)
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