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Gaby: A True Story

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Gaby: A True Story vedio
Gaby- A True Story VideoCover.jpeg
Film video cover
Directed byLuis Mandoki
Written by
Produced byPinchas Perry
Starring
Narrated byNorma Aleandro
CinematographyLajos Koltai
Edited byGarth Craven
Music byMaurice Jarre
Production
company
G. Brimmer Productions
Distributed byTri-Star Pictures
Release date
  • October 30, 1987 (1987-10-30)
Running time
110 minutes
Countries
  • United States
  • Mexico
LanguageEnglish
Budget$ 5,000,000 (est.)
Box office$ 125,400

Gaby: A True Story is a 1987 biographical drama film directed by Luis Mandoki. An international co-production of the United States and Mexico, it stars Rachel Chagall (who, at the time, was billed under her real name, Rachel Levin), Norma Aleandro, Liv Ullmann, and Robert Loggia. Written by Michael Love and Martín Salinas, the film chronicles the lives of Gabriela Brimmer, a Mexican writer and disability rights activist, and her caretaker, Florencia Sánchez Morales.

Synopsis

The story chronicles the life of Gaby Brimmer, the child of Austrian Jewish refugees living in Mexico, who is born with cerebral palsy. Though most of her body is completely paralyzed, her mind and left foot are unaffected, and she is able to become a college graduate and an acclaimed author.

Cast

Reception

The New York Times said the film was blunt and unsentimental. It praised Aleandro very highly.[1]

Awards and nominations

Nominated

Academy Awards

Casting Society of America

  • Best Casting – Motion Picture Drama

Golden Globe Awards

References

  1. ^ Maslin, Janet (30 October 1987). "Film: 'Gaby,' Story of Determination". The New York Times.

External links

This page was last edited on 4 November 2021, at 22:41
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