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A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT
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A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT

Directed by : Robert REDFORD

Year of production : 1992 Country : UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Length : 124 minutes

Synopsis

Norman and Paul MacLean were born in the 1900's in a small Montana town where the spirit, values and the rough-riding traditions of the pioneers still abide. The sons of a minister, their childhood is governed by Presbyterian values and... fly fishing. Norman, the elder son, is reflective and level-headed, while the younger son, Paul, has a more fiery and impulsive nature.

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Credits

Robert REDFORD - Director

Richard FRIEDENBERG - Script / Dialogue

Philippe ROUSSELOT - Director of Photography

Mark ISHAM - Music

Robert ESTRIN - Film Editor

Lynzee KLINGMAN - Film Editor

Jon HUTMAN - Set decorator

Casting

Brad PITT - Paul Maclean

Craig SHEFFER - Norman Maclean

Brad PITT - Paul Maclean

Tom SKERRITT - John Maclean

Brenda BLETHYN - Mme. Maclean

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Contacts

Production

PATHÉ - 2, rue Lamennais 75008 PARIS FRANCE - T: 33 (0)1 83 96 93 32 - www.pathefilms.com/

Distribution

PATHÉ - T: 33 (0)1 83 96 93 32 - www.pathefilms.com/ - christine.hayet@pathe.com

International sales

PATHÉ INTERNATIONAL - T: 33 (0) 1 71 72 30 0 - www.patheinternational.com - muriel.sauzay@pathe.com

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A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT

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