Green Card (Special Edition)
Directed by Peter Weir
Green Card (Special Edition)
The story of two people who got married, met and then fell in love. Green Card lights up the screen with its irresistible charm, lighthearted humor and critical acclaim. The fun starts when two strangers, Andie MacDowell (Unstrung Heroes) and Gérard Depardieu (My Father the Hero), agree to a marriage of convenience—thinking it's going to be hassle-free. She'll get to live in the apartment of her dreams; he'll get a "green card" to live in the U.S. But before they know it, the two opposites encounter far more difficulties than most married couples could ever imagine—and worse yet, this mismatched twosome just might be falling in love. Winner of two Golden Globe Awards (Best Picture and Best Actor) and nominated for one (Best Actress), this delightful box-office hit enjoyed cheers from critics and audiences alike. With its sunny mix of wit, spirit and charm, Green Card is an entertaining hit you'll never forget. Written and directed by Peter Weir (Witness, The Truman Show) and co-starring Bebe Neuwirth (The Associate) and Robert Prosky (The Scarlet Letter). Oscar® nominee for Best Original Screenplay (Weir).
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