Grand Isle (film)
|Directed by||Mary Lambert|
|Written by||Hesper Anderson|
|Based on||The Awakening by Kate Chopin|
with Glenne Headly
and Ellen Burstyn
as 'Mademoiselle Reisz'
|Music by||Elliot Goldenthal|
|Edited by||Tom Finan|
|Distributed by||Turner Network Television|
Grand Isle is a 1991 film directed by Mary Lambert. It is based on the early feminist novel The Awakening by Kate Chopin, first published in 1899. It starred Kelly McGillis as Edna Pontellier, Jon DeVries as Léonce Pontellier and Adrian Pasdar as Robert Lebrun.
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