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The Bridges of Madison County (1995) Movie Information

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Clint Eastwood


Clint Eastwood
Meryl Streep
Annie Corley
Victor Slezak
Jim Haynie
Sarah Kathryn Schmitt





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A man working on a National Geographic article documenting historic bridges, comes across Francesca Johnson looking for directions. Instead, the pair form a bond and, although it may have lasted just four days, make an indelible impact on her life. -- Chris Kavan

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The Bridges of Madison County review

An authentic romantic drama that not only teaches you about love, but life in general while keeping you glued from start to finish. The film manages to give you choices to make for the characters in certain key scenes, which shows the brilliance of the direction. It's special features will get you close to Eastwood as a person, actor and director. Michael (Victor Slezak) and Carolyn (Annie Corley) arrive at the Iowa farmhouse of their deceased mother who has an unusual request. Carolyn reads the diary of Francesca Johnson (Meryl Streep) and they discover the relationship between their mother and National Geograpi photographer Robert Kincaid (Clint Eastwood). Aside from the given the great performance from Streep and Eastwood, the score, direction, setting, cinematography and enticin...

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