A Good Woman (2004)

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Directed by Mike Barker and starring Helen Hunt, Scarlett Johansson, Milena Vukotic, Stephen Campbell Moore, and Mark Umbers. Fleeing 1930s New York and leaving behind a chequered past, the giltzy divorcee Mrs Stella Erlynne travels to Italy’s sun-dappled Amalfi coast. Mrs Erlynne’s appearance causes a stir amongst the visiting aristocracy. Based on the Oscar Wilde play Lady Windemere’s Fan

Directed by Mike Barker.

Released in 2004 by Lionsgate.

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  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Romance
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Romantic Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Romance
  • secondary-genre: Romantic Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Comedy
  • secondary-genre: Drama
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  • actor: Mark Umbers
  • actor: Stephen Campbell Moore
  • actor: Helen Hunt
  • actor: Milena Vukotic
  • actor: Scarlett Johansson
  • actor: Tom Wilkinson
  • director: Mike Barker
  • producer: Liam Badger
  • producer: Mikael Borglund
  • producer: Sara Janasz
  • producer: David Nichols
  • producer: Kimberly Barnes
  • producer: Rupert Preston
  • producer: Jimmy de Brabant
  • producer: Steven Siebert
  • producer: Roberto Bessi
  • producer: Julie-Anne Lee Kinney
  • producer: John Evangelides
  • producer: Denise O'Dell
  • producer: Fiona Spillard
  • producer: Duncan Hopper
  • producer: Sally Robinson
  • producer: Hilary Davis
  • producer: Alan Greenspan
  • producer: Michael Dounaev
  • producer: James Pass
  • producer: Antonio Guadalupi
  • producer: Jonathan English
  • producer: Howard Himelstein
  • cinematographer: Ben Seresin
  • composer: Richard G. Mitchell
  • editor: Neil Farrell
  • costume-designer: John Bloomfield
  • production-designer: Ben Scott
  • role-name: Mrs. Erlynne
  • role-name: Lord Darlington
  • role-name: Tuppy
  • role-name: Meg Windermere
  • role-name: Contessa Lucchino
  • role-name: Robert Windemere
  • screenwriter: Howard Himelstein
  • screenwriter: Oscar Wilde
  • year: 2004
  • studio: Lionsgate