A Map of the World
Filmdaten
Deutscher Titel: Unschuldig verfolgt
Originaltitel: A Map of the World
Produktionsland: USA, Deutschland
Erscheinungsjahr: 1999
Länge: 123 Minuten
Originalsprache: Englisch
Altersfreigabe: FSK 12
Stab
Regie: Scott Elliott
Drehbuch: Peter Hedges, Polly Platt
Produktion: Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall
Musik: Pat Metheny
Kamera: Seamus McGarvey
Schnitt: Naomi Geraghty, Craig McKay
Besetzung

Unschuldig verfolgt ist ein Filmdrama von Scott Elliott aus dem Jahr 1999. Es ist eine Verfilmung des Romans „A Map of the World“ von Jane Hamilton aus dem Jahr 1994.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Handlung

Alice Goodwin, ihr Ehemann und ihre Töchter ziehen in eine Kleinstadt in Wisconsin. Sie freundet sich mit Theresa Collins an.

Ein Kind von Theresa Collins stirbt im Unfall auf dem Grundstück von Alice Goodwin. Goodwin wird Verdächtigungen ausgesetzt und verhaftet.

Kritiken

Peter Stack lobte in der San Francisco Chronicle (28. Januar 2000) das Spiel von Sigourney Weaver und die Charaktere. [1]

Auszeichnungen

Hintergründe

Das Drama wurde in Chicago und in Kanada gedreht.

Weblinks

Quellen

  1. Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle

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