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Bride of the Wind

Film poster
Directed by Bruce Beresford
Produced by Margit Bimler
Gerald Green
Frank Hübner
Evzen Kolar
Lawrence Levy
Written by Marilyn Levy
Starring Sarah Wynter
Jonathan Pryce
Vincent Perez
Simon Verhoeven
Music by Stephen Endelman
Cinematography Peter James
Editing by Timothy Wellburn
Distributed by Paramount Classics
Release date(s) United StatesJune 8, 2001
Running time 99 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Germany
Austria
Language English
Gross revenue $419,414

Bride of the Wind is a 2001 period drama directed by Academy Award-nominee Bruce Beresford and written by first-time scribe Marilyn Levy. Loosely based on the life of Alma Mahler, Bride of the Wind recounts Mahler's marriage to famed composer Gustav Mahler and her romantic exploits. The title of the film alludes to a painting by Oskar Kokoschka named "Die Windsbraut", literally meaning "The Bride of the Wind", though often translated as "The Tempest". The artist dedicated this painting to Alma Mahler.

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Poster Art

The film poster artwork depicts Alma reclining on a chaise longue attended by a lover, with a field of flowers in the background. Alma's dress, her hair, the chaise, the field of flowers and even the air are replete with many of famed painter Gustav Klimt's stylistic elements.

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Bride of the Wind
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Film poster
Directed by Bruce Beresford
Produced by Margit Bimler
Gerald Green
Frank Hübner
Evzen Kolar
Lawrence Levy
Written by Marilyn Levy
Starring Sarah Wynter
Jonathan Pryce
Vincent Perez
Simon Verhoeven
Music by Stephen Endelman
Cinematography Peter James
Editing by Timothy Wellburn
Distributed by Paramount Classics
Release date(s) June 8, 2001
Running time 99 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Germany
Austria
Language English
Gross revenue $419,414

Bride of the Wind is a 2001 period drama directed by Academy Award-nominee Bruce Beresford and written by first-time scribe Marilyn Levy. Loosely based on the life of Alma Mahler, Bride of the Wind recounts Mahler's marriage to famed composer Gustav Mahler and her romantic exploits. The title of the film alludes to a painting by Oskar Kokoschka named "Die Windsbraut", literally meaning "The Bride of the Wind", though often translated as "The Tempest". The artist dedicated this painting to Alma Mahler.

Contents

Poster Art

The film poster artwork depicts Alma reclining on a chaise longue attended by a lover, with a field of flowers in the background. Alma's dress, her hair, the chaise, the field of flowers and even the air are replete with many of famed painter Gustav Klimt's stylistic elements.

Cast

References

External links


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