Two Weeks in Another Town  



…only in Rome could this story happen…

Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)

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A recovering alcoholic film director tries for a comeback in Rome.

Director: Vincente Minnelli
Writer: Charles Schnee

Release Date: 1962-08-17
Status: Released
Run time: 107 min / 1:47
Production Company : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1962-08-17
Status: Released
Run time: 107 min / 1:47

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Casts

Kirk Douglas
as Jack Andrus
Cyd Charisse
as Carlotta
George Hamilton
as Davie Drew
Claire Trevor
as Clara Kruger
Edward G. Robinson
as Maurice Kruger
Daliah Lavi
as Veronica
James Gregory
as Brad Byrd
Rosanna Schiaffino
as Barzelli
Joanna Roos
as Janet Bark
George Macready
as Lew Jordan
Mino Doro
as Tucino
Stefan Schnabel
as Zeno
Vito Scotti
as Assistant Director
Tom Palmer
as Dr. Cold Eyes
Erich von Stroheim Jr.
as Ravinksi
Leslie Uggams
as Chanteuse
Edit Angold
as German Tourist (uncredited)
Albert Carrier
as Mario (uncredited)
Lilyan Chauvin
as Bar Girl (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Vincente Minnelli Director
Writing Charles Schnee Screenplay
Writing Irwin Shaw Novel
Production John Houseman Producer
Camera Milton Krasner Director of Photography
Editing Adrienne Fazan Editor
Editing Robert James Kern Editor

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  • Arriving in Rome to work on a low-budget film, he meets with a fellow actor and the two face a series of problems and setbacks when they try to finish the film project they began.

  • "Two Weeks in Another Town" is certainly worth a look, though it was hard for this viewer to connect with any of the characters. I think it stands alone as neither a prequel or sequel to "The Bad and the Beautiful" as a story of what it's like to make films in another time - and in another town.

  • Worth seeing once for its cast and director, Two Weeks in Another Town is a big disappointment, yet not so bad to be entertaining on that level. Rent It. Rent It. Stuart Galbraith IV is the Kyoto-based film historian largely absent from reviewing these days while he restores a 200-year-old Japanese farmhouse .

  • TWO WEEKS IN ANOTHER TOWN (1962) has the technical advantages of color and widescreen, but otherwise it drags uncomfortable amounts of deja vu in from THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL (1952), with which it shares the same star (Kirk Douglas), director (Vincente Minnelli) and composer (David Raskin, whose music verges on self-plagiarism) -- in fact, the film that Douglas' character is helping to doctor consists of outtakes from that earlier movie.

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  • Two Weeks In Another Town Blu-ray Review “Two Weeks In Another Town” is a stellar character piece. After spending time in a sanitarium, washed up movie star Jack Andrus heads to Rome to work with director Maurice Kruger (whom he has worked with in the past).

  • At an anniversary party, Robinson's shrewish wife, Trevor, accuses her husband of fooling around with Schiaffino. The two get in a heated argument, which leads to Robinson suffering a heart attack.