White Room (film)
|Directed by||Patricia Rozema|
|Produced by||Alexandra Raffe
|Written by||Patricia Rozema|
|Music by||Mark Korven
|Edited by||Patricia Rozema|
|Release date(s)||October 2, 1990|
|Running time||93 minutes|
White Room is a Canadian drama film, released in 1990, written and directed by Patricia Rozema, starring Maurice Godin, Kate Nelligan and Sheila McCarthy. Ziggy Lorenc and Erika Ritter also have cameo appearances in the film as interviewers.
Norm is a confused young man who is drawn into events after witnessing the murder of rock star Madeleine X (Margot Kidder). Jane, a mysterious woman, meets Norm at Madeleine X's funeral, and Zelda, a quirky bohemian artist, helps Norm get a job and attempt to solve the murder.
The movie was released in Canada on VHS by Alliance Releasing Home Video. In 2002, the film was released on DVD by Alliance Atlantis. The DVD contains a widescreen presentation, French and English audio tracks, and an audio commentary by the director.
- Kate Nelligan as Jane
- Maurice Godin as Norm
- Margot Kidder as Madelaine X
- Sheila McCarthy as Zelda
- Barbara Gordon as Mrs. Gentle
- Nicky Guadagni as Narrator
- Erika Ritter as Radio Interviewer
- Les Rubie as Man with Cow
- Dwayne McLean as Attacker
- David Ferry as Record Executive
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