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Green Card 1991

From Amazon: With the help of his lawyer, Georges (Gérard Depardieu), a composer and one-time petty thief who grew up in poverty, attempts to escape his life in Paris and begin anew in America by illegally marrying Bronte (Andie MacDowell), a prim and repressed young lady from a privileged life in Connecticut. Bronte, who has agreed to the scheme for her own self-serving reasons, is exasperated when the Immigration & Naturalization Service investigates their case, and she and Georges, whom she detests, must spend time together studying each other's lives to avoid disaster. The fallout, and how it ends, is infinitely more delightful than your...

Directed By:
No image existsPeter Weir
Written By:
No image existsPeter Weir
Gerard DepardieuGerard Depardieu
Andie MacDowellAndie MacDowell
No image existsBebe Neuwirth
No image existsRobert Prosky
No image existsAnn Wedgeworth
No image existsEthan Phillips
No image existsMary Louise Wilson
Lois SmithLois Smith
No image existsSimon Jones
No image existsGregg Edelman
No image existsJessie Keosian

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Green Card Movie Review by Zara (3/12/2007)

GREEN CARD is quiet, smart and benefits from the clunky appearance of a verbally smooth Frenchman. There was something about this movie that made me feel like I was watching a grown up romance, even though the first time that I watched this, I really had no idea what a grownup romance was.

A woman wanting to get into a...

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