Mistral's Daughter

Mistral's Daughter

Director: Kevin Connor, Douglas Hickox Cast: Stefanie Powers, Stacy Keach
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Mistral's Daughter

A French model (Stefanie Powers) poses for an artist (Stacy Keach), and they begin an affair. It doesn't last, however, and the model moves on to a married man (Timothy Dalton), while the artist has an affair with his benefactor (Lee Remick). This TV miniseries is based on a novel by Judith Krantz.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/25/2009
UPC: 0741952669197
Original Release: 1984
Rating: NR
Source: Koch Vision
Time: 7:20:00

Special Features

New interviews with Stacy Keach; Introduction by Judith Krantz

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Stefanie Powers Actor
Stacy Keach Actor
Timothy Dalton Actor
Lee Remick Actor
Stéphane Audran Actor
Joanna Lumley Actor
Robert Urich Actor

Technical Credits
Kevin Connor Director
Douglas Hickox Director
John Bloom Editor
Vladimir Cosma Score Composer
Vernon Duke Score Composer
Terence Feely Screenwriter
Jean Guelis Choreography
Herbert Hirschman Producer
Steve Krantz Executive Producer
Pierre Lhomme Cinematographer
Alain Negre Costumes/Costume Designer
Barry Peters Editor
Rosemary Anne Sisson Screenwriter
Jean Tournier Cinematographer
Suzanne Wiesenfeld Producer

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Mistral's Daughter 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Robert-Long More than 1 year ago
Mistral's Daughter is fascingating and fun to watch. The story covers about 50-60 years and centers on Julien Mistral, a French artist. We see his rise, his career and his end (he doesn't really fall). The story revolves around Julien and his loves. What you must understand to fully appreciate the story is that Mistral's first and only true love is his art. The women in his life are just side dishes or distractions. The first is his fitsr good model; afterward she goes on to America and becomes the CEO of a modeling agency. She's actually the second lead character in the story. But we get to see how all Mistral's women are altered and blunted by his devotion to his art. It's hard to tell much more of the story because there's so much of it. The miniseries is about eight hours long. It's the kind of event I'd like to see TV do again, but they won't spare the time, money and effort it would take. (Too bad; it's as much if not more sex-drenched than most of their sitcoms and dramas.) I definitely recommend all of Judith Krasntz's books and miniseries; unfortunately most of the TV minis are out of print and you'll have to search for them on eBay or Amazon. Good luck; you'll be rewarded. Meanwhile, buy all her books from Barnes & Noble. The books are as good as the TV minis, maybe even better.
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