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Kiss of the spider woman = O beijo da mulher aranha

Author: Hector BabencoDavid WeismanLeonard SchraderWilliam HurtRaul JuliaAll authors
Publisher: United States : Island Alive, Brazil : s.n., United States : Charter Entertainment, 1985 ; 1985 ; 1985.
Edition/Format:   Film : Videodisc : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A homosexual and a politically active journalist share a prison cell in an unnamed South American country. Though they initially have nothing in common, a strong relationship between the cellmates develops.
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Genre/Form: Political films and programs
Adaptations
Drama
Features
Material Type: Film, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Hector Babenco; David Weisman; Leonard Schrader; William Hurt; Raul Julia; Sonia Braga; Manuel Puig; HB Filmes.; Sugarloaf Films.; Island Alive, Inc.; Copyright Collection (Library of Congress); LC Purchase Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 16711459
Notes: Copyright: Island Alive. NM: "motion picture version." DCR 1985; PUB 26Jul85; REG 4Mar86; PA293-687.
On film: CBS Productions; per Variety, 5/15/85 worldwide sales outside the U.S. and U.K. were handled by CBS Productions.
HB Filmes is located in Brazil; Sugarloaf Films is located in the U.S.
Production information verified in Variety, 5/15/85 and M/B/RS copyright descriptive material (an H.B. Filmes production in association with Sugarloaf Films).
On film: Island Alive presents in association with FilmDallas Investment Fund I.
On film: HB Films presents; LC has U.S. release copy.
Based on the novel by Manuel Puig.
Credits: Art director, Clovis Bueno ; editor, Mauro Alice ; music, John Neschling in association with Nando Carneiro ; director of photography, Rodolfo Sanchez.
Cast: William Hurt (Luis Molina), Raul Julia (Valentin Arregui), Sonia Braga (Leni Lamaison, Marta, spider woman), José Lewgoy (warden), Nuno Leal Maia (Gabriel), Miriam Pires (mother), Milton Gonçalves (Pedro).
Description: 1 videodisc of 1 (laser) (119 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 in. viewing copy. 14 reels of 14 on 7 (10876 ft.) : sd., col. ; 35 mm. ref print.
Other Titles: O beijo da mulher aranha.
Responsibility: Sugarloaf Films [and] HB Filmes ; directed by Hector Babenco ; produced by David Weisman ; written by Leonard Schrader.

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A homosexual and a politically active journalist share a prison cell in an unnamed South American country. Though they initially have nothing in common, a strong relationship between the cellmates develops.

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