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35e 16 > 25.07.2021

The Sugarland Express

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Best Screenplay at the Festival de Cannes in 1974, the little-known film shot after Duel and before Jaws is no doubt one of the most intimate films made by Steven Spielberg, for whom divorce is a recurring theme. Based on a true story, the film follows a mother (Goldie Hawn) who incites the father of her child to escape from prison so they can go off together to find their son, who has been placed in a foster home.

  • Fiction
  • USA
  • 1974 | 110 min. | Colour
  • Language : English
  • Subtitles : Français
Cast & Crew
Screenplay
Hal Barwood
Matthew Robbins
Steven Spielberg
Cinematography
Vilmos Zsigmond
Editing
Verna Fields
Edward M. Abroms
Music
John Williams
Sound
Robert Hoyt
John Carter
Cast
Goldie Hawn
Ben Johnson
Michael Sacks
William Atherton
Gregory Walcott
Producer
Richard D. Zanuck
David Brown
Production Company
, Universal Pictures
Steven Spielberg
United States, 1946
Filmobiography
1959
The Last Gun (short, first of 58 films as director)
1961
Escape to Nowhere (short, first of 173 credits as producer)
1971
Duel
1975
Jaws
1977
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
1981
Raiders of the Lost Ark
1982
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
1993
Jurassic Park
1993
Schindler’s List
2018
Ready Player One
 
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Conception: Asphalte Design - Développement: Bluesystem

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