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Ladyhawke (1985)

A Magical Mystical Adventure | Valerie O'Brian (Peasant Girl) | Nanà Cecchi (Bishop's Woman) | Elettra Baldassarri ( (uncredited)) | Paolo Merosi (Acolyte (uncredited)) | Jurgen Morhofer ( (uncredited)

Original Title : Ladyhawke
Director : Richard Donner
Writer : Edward Khmara
Edward Khmara
Michael Thomas
Tom Mankiewicz
David Webb Peoples
Genre : Fantasy
Adventure
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Harvey Bernhard , Richard Donner , Lauren Shuler Donner
Music : Andrew Powell
John Dowland
Photography : Vittorio Storaro
IMDB ID : 0089457
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Ladyhawke (1985) - Richard Donner
 

Starring

Matthew Broderick Phillipe Gaston, the Mouse
Rutger Hauer Captain Etienne Navarre
Michelle Pfeiffer Isabeau d'Anjou
Leo McKern Father Imperius the Monk
John Wood Bishop of Aquila
Ken Hutchison Marquet
Alfred Molina Cezar
Giancarlo Prete Fornac
Loris Loddi Jehan
Alessandro Serra Mr. Pitou
Charles Borromel Insane Prisoner
Massimo Sarchielli Innkeeper
Nicolina Papetti Mrs. Pitou
Russell Kase Lieutenant
Don Hudson Guard on Cart
Gregory Snegoff Cart Driver
Gaetano Russo Guard in the Cell
Rod Dana Guard at the City Gate
Stefano Horowitzo Bishop's Bodyguard
Paul Tuerpe Guard
Venantino Venantini Bishop's Secretary
Marcus Beresford Acolyte
 

Plot

Captain Etienne Navarre is a man on whose shoulders lie a cruel curse. Punished for loving each other, Navarre must become a wolf by night whilst his lover, Lady Isabeau, takes the form of a hawk by day. Together, with the thief Philippe Gaston, they must try to overthrow the corrupt Bishop and in doing so break the spell.
 

Comments

Stunning beauty - Rutger Hauer and Michelle Pfieffer, Rutger Hauer and Michelle Pfieffer stunned me with their beauty when I first saw "Ladyhawke", a poignant vision of medieval love and longing. This visually-beautiful tale's cinematographers had filmed their hands, hair, and skin through dappled sunlight and shadows to emphasize their unearthly beauty. Matthew Broderick and Leo MacKern gave this magical story its humanity. Some reviewers have disparaged its musical score by Vangelis. I've always felt that it fit the mood and setting of the film. Rousing sword fights. One of my favorite movies of all time.
 
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