The Gambler (1997 film)

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The Gambler
Directed byKároly Makk
Screenplay byKatharine Ogden
Charles Cohen
Nick Dear
Produced byCharles Cohen
Frank Jansen
René Seegers
Berry van Zwieten
Marc Vlessing
CinematographyJules van den Steenhoven
Edited byKevin Whelan
Music byBrian Lock
Gerard Schurmann
CountryUnited Kingdom

The Gambler is a 1997 drama film directed by Károly Makk and starring Michael Gambon, Jodhi May and Polly Walker. It is set around the writing of the 1866 novel The Gambler by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.[1]

The film was notable for its casting of Luise Rainer. The Oscar-winning actress had not made a film in fifty-four years prior to her appearance in this one.

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