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Peter Zockoll 6 years ago
Watch once for the story, watch again for the atmosphere.
Austin 6 years ago
An often underrated Altman film, complete with an amazing cast and script.
Dominic Dirupo almost 7 years ago
Well made with nice moments, but a bit twee and bit too nuanced to be truly enjoyable
Benjamin Alfuken Day over 7 years ago
Great casting, script...everything
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Pino over 2 years ago
Chris Majchrzak almost 3 years ago
Bloc Silent over 4 years ago
Christian Gram over 4 years ago
Morgan DeVere almost 5 years ago
frank mint 5 years ago
Josh Boggs 5 years ago
Misty Nop over 5 years ago
Nicolaus Miller over 5 years ago
Kamaria Niom over 5 years ago
Tom o'brien over 5 years ago
Thin Mint over 5 years ago
Facu Leiva-Freytes almost 6 years ago
Hannah Newman almost 6 years ago
Gosford Park is a 2001 British-American mystery comedy-drama film directed by Robert Altman and written by Julian Fellowes. The film stars an ensemble cast, which includes Helen Mirren, Maggie Smith, Eileen Atkins, Alan Bates, and Michael Gambon. The story follows a party of wealthy Britons and an American and their servants, who gather for a shooting weekend at the English country house, Gosford Park. A murder occurs after a dinner party and the film goes on to present the subsequent investigation into it from both the servants' and the guests' perspectives. Development on Gosford Park began in 1999, when Bob Balaban came to Altman and asked if they could develop a film together. Altman suggested a whodunit and asked Fellowes to write the script. The film went into production in March 2001 and began filming at Shepperton Studios with a production budget of $19.8 million. Gosford Park premiered on November 7, 2001 at the London Film Festival. It received a limited release across...
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