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Claire Bloom: Amanda's Mother
Helena Bonham Carter: Amanda
Olympia Dukakis: Jocasta
Michael Rapaport: Kevin
Mira Sorvino: Linda
David Ogden Stiers: Laius
Peter Weller: Jerry Bender
Jack Warden (?)
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- There's a scene between Woody and Mira Sorvino filmed on the
concrete ramp that leads to the street running from the entrance to
David Barton Gym, on 6th Ave (Ave.of the Americas) at 15th Street.
Barton's Gym in general is pretty neat to see, and generally one can
catch celebs/models coming from andf going to workouts there...
- Teatro Greco, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
Who's the boss between you and mummy?
I'm the boss. Your mother is just the decision maker.
He said that he was going to slit my throat and put a bullet
between your eyes.
Really?.... Did he specify the caliber?
What's your problem? Are you a stroke victim or something?
Adopt, what. I don't want to adopt. Not with my genes. I have award
Cassandra: I see disaster. I see catastrophe. Worse, I see lawyers!
"Mighty Aphrodite" soundtrack, Sony Classical SK 62253.
- "Neo Minore"
Vassilis Tsitsanis in Solo Bouzouki
- "Horos Tou Sakena"
George Zambetas in Solo Bouzouki
- "I've Found a New Baby"
Wilbur de Paris
The Benny Goodman Orchestra
- "When Your Lover Has Gone"
Bert Ambrose and his Orchestra
- "L'il Darlin'"
The Count Basie Orchestra
- "Take Five"
The Dave Brubeck Quartet
- "Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone)"
- "I Hadn't Anyone Till You"
- "The 'In' Crowd"
- "You Do Something to Me"
Dick Hyman Chorus
- "When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You)"
Dick Hyman Chorus and Orchestra
Michele told me:
It is Lenny who wants to find Max's birth mother (Amanda is unaware
that this is going on); Michael Rappaport and Mira Sorvino's
characters are not married in the film-- Lenny attempts to set Linda
up with this rather dumb boxer type, in an attempt to get her out of
her life in prostitution. Disaster inevitably ensues with great
Tim told me:
Woody and Helena Bonham Carter's characters are married and adopt a child.
But according to the November issue of Premiere magazine, their neuroses
kick in and they have an overwhelming urge to find the baby's birth mother,
played by Mira Sorvino, who has called her role "the best dumb blonde role
I've ever read".
Michael Rapaport plays a boxer who spars "at least verbally" with Woody,
according to a recent issue of Entertainment Weekly. And in the November
issue of Premiere, Dianne Wiest, who isn't in the film but has seen it,
said that it is "Woody's funniest film ever".
Tim told me:
It stars Woody Allen as a New York sports writer married to Helen Bonham
Carter as, I believe a gallery owner. It is already being compared to
Husbands and Wives in the way it looks at the relationships of two
married couples, the other played by Michael Rappaport and Mia Sorvino.
According to a recent issue of USA Today, the film will have a Greek
Thanks to Michele, Tim, Giuseppe, Michael, Jeffrey.
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