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The Portrait of a Lady

1996-10-17 | Drama / Romance
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Ms. Isabel Archer isn't afraid to challenge societal norms. Impressed by her free spirit, her kindhearted cousin writes her into his fatally ill father's will. Suddenly rich and independent, Isabelle ventures into the world, along the way befriending a cynical intellectual and romancing an art enthusiast. However, the advantage of her affluence is called into question when she realizes the extent to which her money colors her relationships.
Director: Jane Campion
Stars: Nicole Kidman, John Malkovich

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The Portrait of a Lady FAQ

On January 14, 2022, the IMDB rating of The Portrait of a Lady is 6.2/10, Rotten Tomato rating is 46/100, Metacritic rating is 60/100, TMDB rating is 6.0/10.
The release date of The Portrait of a Lady is October 17, 1996.
The full version of The Portrait of a Lady is provided by Amazon Prime Video
On January 14, 2022, there were 5107 public reaction to The Portrait of a Lady including admirable, scintillating, transcendent, sadly underused, sublime.
The director of The Portrait of a Lady is Jane Campion.
Ms. Isabel Archer isn't afraid to challenge societal norms. Impressed by her free spirit, her kindhearted cousin writes her into his fatally ill father's will. Suddenly rich and independent, Isabelle ventures into the world, along the way befriending a cynical intellectual and romancing an art enthusiast. However, the advantage of her affluence is called into question when she realizes the extent to which her money colors her relationships..
The genre of The Portrait of a Lady is Drama,Romance.
The runtime of The Portrait of a Lady is 144 minutes.
The casts of The Portrait of a Lady are Nicole Kidman starring as Isabel Archer, John Malkovich starring as Gilbert Osmond, Barbara Hershey starring as Madame Serena Merle, Mary-Louise Parker starring as Henrietta Stackpole, Christian Bale starring as Edward Rosier, Shelley Winters starring as Mrs. Touchett.
The revenue of The Portrait of a Lady was 3,692,836 USD.
The Portrait of a Lady won 1996 Venice Film Festival, 1997 National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA, 1996 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards.