A Good Woman Movie

Seduction. Sex. Scandal. She's the talk of the town.

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Who's Involved:

Scarlett Johansson, Stephen Campbell Moore, Steven Siebert, Tom Wilkinson, Helen Hunt, Diana Hardcastle, Jonathan English, Howard Himelstein, Alan Greenspan, Oscar Wilde, Mark Umbers, Mark Albela

Release Date:

Friday, February 3, 2006

Rating: PG

Runtime: N/A

Plot: What's the story about?

"A Good Woman" is a scandalous yet comic story set in New York and the Italian Riviera during the 1930s. Mrs. Erlynne (Helen Hunt) is an audacious and well-known woman of a certain age with a reputation for entertaining wealthy, married men. Leaving her problems and unpaid bills in New York, she sets sail for Italy to pursue Meg (Scarlett Johansson) and Robert Windermere (Mark Umbers), one of the most high profile couples in 1930s society. Once in Europe, she becomes embroiled in a family scandal which becomes an intriguing story of seduction, betrayal and, ultimately, surprising loyalty.


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Cast: Who stars in it?

Crew: Who's making A Good Woman

A look at the A Good Woman behind-the-scenes crew and production team. The film's writer Howard Himelstein last wrote A Woman of No Importance.

Director

Producers

Mark Albela
Jonathan English
Alan Greenspan
Howard Himelstein
Steven Siebert

Production Companies

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Production: What we know about A Good Woman

Filming Timeline

On or about December 31, 1969, the film was in Completed status.

A Good Woman Release Date: When was it released?

A Good Woman was released in 2006 on Friday, February 3, 2006 (). There were 8 other movies released on the same date, including The Tenants, Something New and Bandidas.


When will the movie be on DVD?

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

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