Frances

Frances

  • Director: Graeme Clifford
  • Writer: Eric Bergren,Christopher De Vore,Nicholas Kazan
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: March 11, 1983
  • Runtime: 2 hours 20 minutes
  • Sound mix: Dolby Stereo
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: Gecelerin kadını
  • Frances is a biopic directed by Graeme Clifford and starring Jessica Lange and Sam Shepard .
    The film mainly tells the life story of Hollywood star Frances Elena Farmer .

    Details

    • Release date March 11, 1983
    • Filming locations Seattle, Washington, USA
    • Production companies Brooksfilms, EMI Films

    Box office

    Gross US & Canada

    $5,000,000

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $11,624

    Movie reviews

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    • By Alivia 2022-12-27 08:08:41

      Timeline of the main creators of "Francis"

      The article was first published on the public account [Little Director], please indicate the source for reprinting.

      Chronology of Kovacs' creation:

      MARK OF THE GUN 1963

      A MAN CALLED DAGGER 1964

      HELL'S ANGELS ON WHEELS 1967

      TARGETS (BOGDANOVICH) 1967

      REBEL ROUSERS 1967

      PSYCH-OUT 1968

      THE SAVAGE SEVEN 1968

      SINGLE ROOM FURNISHED 1968

      BLOOD OF THE DRACULA'S CASTLE 1969

      EASY...

    • By Allison 2022-12-25 09:17:52

      Looking for Cameos - The Best Self-Assessment for HC OCD Matters Kevin Costner

      2007-06-28 22:58



      Cameo, the fun is that you have to seriously wait for this person to appear, because you don't know when he will appear, wait for you to take a sip or wink, or go to the toilet, he This is a physical and mental game that requires passion and patience. Let’s play it if you have enough. Of course, making good use of the pause button is the nirvana to clear the game. The tragedy is that you can't walk away or turn off the TV and computer immediately after he...

    • By Earl 2022-11-14 19:27:09

      The Script of Frances

      "Frances" Movie Play

      Text / [United States] Eric Berggren, Christopher DeVore, Nicholas Kazan Translation
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      Editor Foreword
      See how a big Hollywood star lives in America.
      The language of the script is smooth, the plot is successful, the story is complete, deliberate and profound, and it is intriguing. The clever handling at the end leaves a deep impression on the reader.

      Prologue
      The film is based on the real life of Frances...

    • By Hollis 2022-11-10 15:30:02

      Francis - a boiling, loving soul

      Soft, sweet voice, hard, strong character, in her eyes, these mundane, rude, and even vulgar people who use tricks happen to cause her to be insulted and hurt. And they called her "a blond maniac", noble but crazy, the beautiful embodiment of their fascination, and the object they were ready to cast aside and destroy. "I refuse to be who you want me to be - dull, ordinary, normal"

      The lover, the patron who had tried to save her, took her from the nursing home, from the...

    • By Arne 2022-11-05 05:27:48

      foreword

      This film has been released in our country. As a further reading material, we translate the creative explanations of the film's main creators: the photographer and the artist, so that the reader can understand more clearly how the creator's intention is gradually realized. It is rare to find analytical articles about the photographer and the artist of a film at the same time. If the reader has a better understanding of the conception and creation of other main creative personnel other...

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    • By Waino 2023-01-21 18:36:44

      The film is as strong as a fist and slammed into the chest one by one, which is sad. A tragedy in a hypocritical and sick society, a tragedy of an actress who is unwilling to follow the crowd and fight alone, a family tragedy caused by a mother who forcibly grafted her vanity dream onto her daughter. I can't imagine how desperate the real Francis was when he was tormented in the asylum. Where is democracy when hypocrisy and vanity overwhelm a soul that longs for freedom?...

    • By Rachelle 2023-01-07 19:58:36

      This is really the life of Vanity Fair, and also the lament of the social role of female stars at that...

    • By Antwon 2022-12-25 01:35:17

      "Aunt Lan" Jessica Lange is really a representative of taking her life in acting. She screamed hysterically in several scenes and gave me a headache. Recording a destruction of human nature or a mental breakdown, the psychological drama is like a shadow of a nightmare, except for the character part, Frances's various encounters in a patriarchal society and a native family reveal women's powerlessness with a tough attitude and a rebellious spirit. Whether it is flashy Hollywood Broadway or the...

    • By Jeromy 2022-12-10 15:33:31

      After three days on and off, I finally finished watching this film about Frances Farmer. Overall, the translated name is very appealing. I just want to say that Jessica Lange does look like Frances Farmer. There are many scenes in it. I don't know what the law is. Lange also played Mur's own...

    • By Don 2022-11-26 21:34:53

      It's weird that Jessica Lange didn't win an Oscar. Think of Lindsey and Britney, the fate of female stars, and the invention of lobotomy should be removed. #Parents are...

    Movie plot

    As a potential actress, the outspoken Frances has a stubborn personality. Because she is unwilling to act as a machine to make money for the Hollywood boss, she is not willing to be controlled by the boss, so she is put into the cold palace, even a small role. Can't even act. After a series of misfortunes, life's hardships changed her character and she became addicted to drugs and alcohol. Later, she had a fierce conflict with her...
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    Background creation

    Based on the tragic life of Frances Elena Farmer, this biopic tells a nightmarish tragedy that brings the protagonist's ordeal to life with plenty of space. Frances, played by Jessica Lange, makes up for the lack of layers and rhythm in the film's structure and style with a resolute and emotional performance. Jessica Lange dissolves herself and fully enters the role, portraying Frances's visceral dissatisfaction and indignation...
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    Movie quotes

    • Mr. Bebe: Come along with me, Fanny.

      Frances Farmer: Frances. You know, I'm not the cookbook.

      Mr. Bebe: You see, you've got to change that name.

    • Arresting Sergeant: Your name?

      Frances Farmer: You jerks drag me down here in the middle of the night and you don't know who the hell I am?

      Arresting Sergeant: Your name lady?

      Frances Farmer: Frances Elena Farmer. Want me to spell it?

      Arresting Sergeant: And your address?

      Frances Farmer: Put me down as a vag, vagrant, vagabond. What is this, a joke? It's a joke? Assault and battery? Huh? I barely touched that bitch.

      Arresting Sergeant: Occupation?

      Frances Farmer: Cocksucker.

    • Harry York: Frances, you're crazy.

      Frances Farmer: [softly] Don't tell anybody.