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Words Upon the Window Pane

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Words Upon the Window Pane
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Directed byMary McGuckian
Produced byMary McGuckian
Tom Reeve
Werner Possardt
Written byMary McGuckian
William Butler Yeats
StarringGeraldine Chaplin
Ian Richardson
Jim Sheridan
Music byNiall Byrne
CinematographyDes Whelan
Edited byKant Pan
Release date
10 June 1994 (US premiere)
Running time
98 minutes
CountryIreland
LanguageEnglish

Words Upon the Window Pane is a 1994 Irish drama film directed by Mary McGuckian and starring Geraldine Chaplin, Ian Richardson, and Jim Sheridan. McGuckian directorial debut, it is based on William Butler Yeats' one-act play of the same name. Pat O'Connor was billed to direct the project but he personally offered McGuckian, who was writing the screenplay at the time, the opportunity to also direct.[1] The film received its US premiere on 10 June 1994 at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts as part of the largest retrospective of Irish film ever shown outside Ireland.[2] In September that year, the film was screened at the 51st Venice International Film Festival.[3]

Premise

In 1928 Dublin, during séances concerning Jonathan Swift, the spirits of his former lovers, Stella and Vanessa, emerge to resume their ancient quarrel.

Cast

References

  1. ^ 'I'VE NEVER HAD A PROPER JOB'. The Sunday Independent. October 16, 2005
  2. ^ Mulkerns, Helena. Irish Film Festival kicks off in New York. The Irish Times. 11 June 1994
  3. ^ Rooney, David. Venice fest adviser blasts Llosa inclusion. Daily Variety. 23 August 1994

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