Play Dates


June 5 – 6        New York, NY        FILM FORUM

June 21 – 23        Minneapolis, MN        TRYLON

One From the Heart: Reprise Play Dates


USA, 1982
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Producer: Gray Frederickson, Armyan Bernstein, Fred Roos, Bernard Gersten
Cast: Frederic Forrest, Teri Garr, Raul Julia, Nastassja Kinski, Harry Dean Stanton
Screenwriter: Armyan Bernstein, Francis Ford Coppola
Cinematography: Vittorio Storaro, Ronald Victor García
Music: Tom Waits
Genre: Drama, Musical, Romance
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Language: English
Running Time: 93 minutes

Hank (Frederic Forrest) and Frannie (Teri Garr) argue while celebrating their fifth anniversary. Yearning for a life of excitement and romance, Frannie fears that she is wasting her life on a man who shows no interest in her dreams of traveling to far-off places. The argument escalates and they break up. Heading in separate ways and taking to the streets, they both meet and spend the night with strangers. Hank with the seductive Leila (Nastassja Kinski), a runaway circus performer, and Frannie with Ray (Raul Julia), a handsome waiter who moonlights as a cocktail pianist and singer.

Awards and Nominations:
Best Music, Original Song Score and Its Adaptation or Best Adaptation Score nomination (Academy Awards, 1983)

The restoration, supervised by Francis Ford Coppola, was made in 4K by American Zoetrope and Roundabout Entertainment in the US. The 4K scans were lifted from the original camera negative, and great efforts have been made to add thirteen minutes of original camera negative, restoring opticals and dupe negative. The restoration was approved by Francis Ford Coppola himself, as six minutes of IP were added to replace the original negative that was thought to be destroyed in a flood in Rome where the negative was kept. 

Reviews and Quotes 2

Time Out

"Some of the best work of his career, giving fantasy pride of place in ordinary life and making the banal wondrous."
— Richard Brody, The New Yorker

"There's not a moment in One from the Heart when Mr. Coppola isn't after something romantic and glorious, something inexpressibly grand"
The New York Times

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