Results for "author_first: James, author_last: Ivory"
Heat and Dust Weaves a magical spell as an exploration of romance and as a sensitive cross-cultural study.
The City of Your Final Destination A sophisticated drama about love and literary matters skillfully and sensitively directed by James Ivory.
The Remains of the Day A flawless screen adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro's award-winning novel about misguided professionalism and debilitating perfectionism.
Le Divorce A little gem that sparkles with insights into the cross-cultural spats between the Americans and the French.
The Golden Bowl A nuanced screen adaptation of Henry James's novel about two couples whose relationships are sabotaged by money, greed, and jealousy.
A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries A fluidly acted and well-directed film about one family's ability to adapt to changes with courage and grace.
Surviving Picasso Covers ten turbulent years in the life of this major luminary of 20th century art.
Jefferson in Paris Ample pleasure for those who appreciate subtlety and sophistication in their movie fare.
Howards End An exquisite screen version of E.M. Forster's 1910 novel.
Mr. and Mrs. Bridge Admiably portrays the different seasons in a long marriage of a Midwestern couple.