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Director  Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Music by  Tom Bahler
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Country  United Kingdom  United States
5.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Crime, Comedy, Drama
Cinematography  David Watkin
Writer  Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Language  English
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Release date  April 12, 1991
Cast  John Malkovich (Jake), Andie MacDowell (Tina), Lolita Davidovich (Joan), Rudi Davies (Jenny), Joss Ackland (Mr. Mercer)
Similar movies  Andie MacDowell and Bill Paterson appear in The Object of Beauty and Crush

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The Object of Beauty is a 1991 comedy crime–drama film directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg and starring John Malkovich and Andie MacDowell.

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Plot

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Jake and Tina have taken up residence in a London hotel, living way beyond their means. He is a commodities broker whose shipment of cocoa beans is tied up by a Third World country's revolution. She is a woman with extravagant tastes who is still technically married to Larry, her first husband.

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The two of them are so broke that when it comes time to pay for a dinner at the hotel, Jake hands a credit card to the waiter and prays that it won't be canceled. A pair of hotel executives, Mercer and Swayle, repeatedly make attempts to confront Jake and Tina about their growing unpaid bill.

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Only one object stands between the couple and total insolvency. That is a tiny sculpture by Henry Moore that was given to Tina by her husband as a gift. But just as she and Jake hatch a scheme to pretend the object is stolen and collect the insurance on it, a deaf housekeeper, Jenny, decides to steal it for herself.

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After she steals it Tina and Jake get upset. Then Jenny's brother decides to take it and sell it, but nobody will buy it and he ends up losing it. Jenny searches with her brother and find it in a heap of rubble. Jenny returns it then steals it again and when the insurance company comes she hands it over. Jake and Tina auction it off later and are able to pay for everything and go on vacation.

Cast

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  • John Malkovich as Jake
  • Andie MacDowell as Tina
  • Lolita Davidovich as Joan
  • Rudi Davies as Jenny
  • Joss Ackland as Mr. Mercer
  • Bill Paterson as Victor Swayle
  • Ricci Harnett as Steve
  • Peter Riegert as Larry
  • Jack Shepherd as Mr. Slaughter
  • Rosemary Martin as Mrs. Doughty
  • Roger Lloyd-Pack as Frankie
  • Andrew Hawkins as Gordon
  • Pip Torrens as Art evaluator
  • Stephen Churchett as Mr. Mundy
  • Annie Hayes as Housekeeper
  • Richard Ireson as Night porter
  • Barry Gordon as Auctioneer
  • Jeremy Sinden as Jonathan
  • Ginger Corbett as Melissa
  • John Crocker as Waiter
  • Victoria Willing as Portuguese maid #1
  • Lara De Almeida as Portuguese maid #2
  • Liz Daniels as Portuguese maid #3
  • Andy Cavenash as Steve's friend
  • Wayne Bailey as Steve's friend
  • Colin Parker as Steve's friend
  • Stewart Miller as Steve's friend
  • Brian Coyle as Steve's friend
  • Dillon O'Mahoney as Steve's friend
  • Massimo Burlini as Enrico
  • Mario Nocerino as Italian father
  • Reception

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    The film received fairly positive reviews from critics. It currently holds a 77% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.


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    References

    The Object of Beauty Wikipedia
    The Object of Beauty IMDb The Object of Beauty themoviedb.org


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