Eversmile, New Jersey
|Eversmile, New Jersey|
|Directed by||Carlos Sorín|
|Produced by||Oscar Kramer|
|Written by||Carlos Sorín
|Music by||Steve Levine|
|Editing by||Luis César D'Angiolillo
|Distributed by||J&M Entertainment|
September 11, 1989
|Running time||91 minutes|
Eversmile, New Jersey (Spanish: Eterna sonrisa de New Jersey) is an Argentine and British comedy-drama film released in 1989, directed by Carlos Sorín, and written by Sorín, Jorge Goldenberg, and Roberto Scheuer.
He's able to do this because of the supposedly no-strings sponsorship of a "dental consciousness" foundation. While his motorbike is being repaired, O'Connell falls in love with Estela (Mirjana Joković), the garage-owner's daughter.
Both lovers have prior commitment: he is married, and she is engaged. Yet, they go off together all the same. After a series of surrealistic adventures, O'Connell discovers that there's a subliminal price tag attached to his altruistic free services.
- Daniel Day-Lewis as Dr. Fergus O'Connell
- Mirjana Joković as Estela
- Gabriela Acher as Celeste
- Ignacio Quirós as The 'Boss'
- Boy Olmi as Radio Announcer
- Eduardo D'Angelo as Manager
- Alberto Benegas as Sheriff
- Roberto Catarineu as López
- Miguel Dedovich as Brother Conrad
- Miguel Ligero as Brother Felix
- José María Rivara as Gangster
- Vando Villamil as Gangster
- Alejandro Escudero as Brother Segundo
- Rubén Patagonia as Butler
- Donostia-San Sebastián International Film Festival: Prize San Sebastián; Best Actress, Mirjana Jokovic; 1989.
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