Just the Way You Are

Overview

In this standard human interest comedy, Susan Berlanger Kristy McNichol has been crippled since a child and has to wear a leg brace in order to get around, but that does not in any way prevent Sam Robert Carradine and several other men from being very attracted to her. Susan is a professional flautist with a ballet-company orchestra and is given a chance to travel to Europe for a concert tour, which she is more than happy to accept. Since she has doubts about relationships do these men feel sorry for her?, she ...
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Overview

In this standard human interest comedy, Susan Berlanger Kristy McNichol has been crippled since a child and has to wear a leg brace in order to get around, but that does not in any way prevent Sam Robert Carradine and several other men from being very attracted to her. Susan is a professional flautist with a ballet-company orchestra and is given a chance to travel to Europe for a concert tour, which she is more than happy to accept. Since she has doubts about relationships do these men feel sorry for her?, she puts a cast on her leg and goes to a ski resort to find out what it is like to be treated "normally" by others. Once there, she meets a captivating photographer Michael Ontkean and falls in love -- but does not tell him the truth about her leg. Making matters even worse, a wealthy Frenchman courting Susan's roommate at the resort is an amputee -- he lost a leg in an automobile accident. Sooner or later, Susan will have to come to grips with her deception, her forthcoming marriage, and her interest in the photographer.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/23/2009
  • UPC: 883316125991
  • Original Release: 1984
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 25,793

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kristy McNichol Susan Berlanger
Michael Ontkean Peter Nichols
Kaki Hunter Lisa
Robert Carradine Sam
Lance Guest Jack
Alexandra Paul Bobbie
André Dussollier Francois
Patrick Cassidy Steve
Catherine Salviat Nicole
Billy Kearns Earl
Madeleine Ganne Spectator
Tim Daly Frank
Gérard Jugnot Desk Clerk
André Oumansky Doctor
Joyce Gordon Answering Service Lady
Wayne Robson Assistant Manager
Garrick Dowhen Bill Holland
Paul Soles Arthur
Joanna Noyes Doris
Robert Scott Waiter
Jefferson Mappin Cabbie
Technical Credits
Edouard Molinaro Director
Daniel Brisseau Sound/Sound Designer
Allan Burns Screenwriter
Vladimir Cosma Score Composer
Gerard Croce Production Manager
Francois de Lamothe Art Director
Leo L. Fuchs Producer
Leo Fuchs Producer
Anthony Greco Set Decoration/Design
Robin Katz Asst. Director
Georges Klotz Editor
Claude Leconte Cinematographer
Marc Riviere Asst. Director
Claudio Ventura Editor
Jean Zay Costumes/Costume Designer
Jerome M. Zeitman Producer
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