It Rained All Night the Day I Left
|It Rained All Night the Day I Left|
|Directed by||Nicolas Gessner|
|Produced by||Claude Giroux|
|Written by||Ted Allan|
|Music by||Alain Leroux|
|Edited by||Yves Langlois|
It Rained All Night the Day I Left is a comedy film made in 1978 but not theatrically released until 1980. Directed by Nicolas Gessner, the film was a co-production of film studios from Canada, France and Israel.
The film stars Tony Curtis and Louis Gossett, Jr. as two gun-runners making a trip through the desert to transport guns for The Colonel (Sally Kellerman). The film's cast also includes John Vernon and Lisa Langlois.
The film was released theatrically in Europe, both in its original English and in a dubbed French version titled Deux affreux sur le sable. It received no theatrical release in North America, instead airing as a television film on CTV in 1982.
Kellerman later dismissed her performance in the film, telling the press that "I always say that I was solidly mediocre and everybody else stunk."
Awards and nominations
- Best Foreign Actress: Sally Kellerman
- Best Adapted Screenplay: Ted Allan
- Best Art Direction/Production Design: Wolf Kroeger
- Best Original Score: Alain Leroux
It did not win any of the awards.
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- "It Rained All Night the Day I Left". Library and Archives Canada Canadian Feature Film Database, May 13, 2010.
- "Shooting star". The Globe and Mail, October 14, 1978.
- "Actress conquers screen challenge: love scenes with Rodney Dangerfield". Ottawa Citizen, June 24, 1986.
- "Changeling leads Canadian Film Award nominees". The Globe and Mail, February 8, 1980.
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