|類型/形式：||Films for the hearing impaired
Motion pictures, New Zealand
|提及的人：||Janet Frame; Janet Frame; Janet Frame|
Jane Campion; Laura Jones; Kerry Fox; Janet Frame; Stuart Dryburgh; Veronika Haussler; Don McGlashan; Bridget Ikin; Karen Fergusson; Alexia Keogh; Iris Churn; Fine Line Features,; Hibiscus Films,; New Zealand Film Commission,; Television New Zealand,; Australian Broadcasting Corporation,; Criterion Collection (Firm)
|語言註釋：||In English, optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.|
|注意：||Title from opening frames.
Based on the autobiographies of Janet Frame.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1989.
Special features: new high-definition digital transfer; audio commentary featuring Jane Campion, Stuart Dryburgh and Kerry Fox; a documentary about the making; theatrical trailer; "My Say", an audio interview with Janet Frame from 1983; deleted scenes; stills gallery; a new essay by film critic Amy Taubin and reprinted excerpts from Frame's autobiography.
|餘額：||Director of photography, Stuart Dryburgh ; editor, Veronika Haussler ; composer, Don McGlashan; screenplay, Laura Jones; producer, Bridget Ikin.|
|演員名單:||Kerry Fox, Alexia Keogh, Karen Fergusson, Iris Churn, Kevin J. Wilson.|
|針對讀者群：||MPAA rating: R.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (158 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (35 pages, 2 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm)|
|詳述：||DVD format; region 1, widescreen (1.78:1) presentation enhanced for 16:9 widescreen televisions ; Dolby digital 5.1 stereo ; NTSC.|
|内容：||pt. I. To the Is-Land --
pt. II. An Angel at my table --
pt. III. The Envoy from mirror city.
|叢書名：||Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs), 301.|
Angel at my table (Motion picture)
|責任：||Fine Line Features presents ; a Hibiscus Films production ; in association with the New Zealand Film Commission, Television New Zealand, Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Channel 4 ; FineLine Features ; screenplay, Laura Jones ; produced by Bridget Ikin ; directed by Jane Campion.|
The true-life story of Janet Frame, New Zealand's most distinguished author. The film follows Frame along her inspiring journey, from a poverty-stricken childhood to a misdiagnosis of schizophrenia and electroshock therapy to, finally, literary fame.