The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2003 film)

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The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone
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Directed by Robert Allan Ackerman
Produced by James Flynn
Morgan O'Sullivan
Written by Tennessee Williams
Martin Sherman
Starring Helen Mirren
Olivier Martinez
Anne Bancroft
Brian Dennehy
Rodrigo Santoro
Music by John Altman
Cinematography Ashley Rowe
Editing by Melissa Kent
Country United States
Language English
Original channel Showtime Networks
Release date May 4, 2003 (2003-05-04)
Running time 114 minutes

The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone is a 2003 TV movie remake of the 1961 film The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone, based on the 1950 novel of the same title by Tennessee Williams. It first aired in the USA by Showtime Networks on 31 March 2003 and released on DVD by Showtime Entertainment in 2004.

Shot on location in Dublin and Rome, the film was directed by Robert Allan Ackerman and produced by James Flynn and Morgan O'Sullivan from a screenplay by Martin Sherman based on the Tennessee Williams novel.

The film stars Helen Mirren, Olivier Martinez, Anne Bancroft and Brian Dennehy with Rodrigo Santoro, Victor Alfieri and Suzanne Bertish: it follows the odessey of Karen Stone, an actress who loses her husband to a heart attack. In Rome, she meets a contessa and another man with intentions other romantic and interests that have nothing to do with Mrs. Stone. It is Bancroft's final film appearance.


Nominations and awards[edit]

Emmy Awards[edit]

The film received five Emmy Awards nominations, including

  • Lead Actress: Helen Mirren
  • Supporting Actress: Anne Bancroft
  • Outstanding Music: John Altman
  • Outstanding Directing: Robert Allan Ackerman
  • Outstanding Costumes: Dona Granata (costume designer) and Gill Howard (assistant costume designer)

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

  • Nomination for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television - Helen Mirren.

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