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Regarding Henry


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Emotional drama starring
Harrison Ford
Annette Bening
A shark among New York lawyers,
Henry Turner is a hard-hearted and predatory workaholic, always on the move. Then he walks into an armed hold-up and everythingchanges. He survives the physical and mental traumas of being shot, but he must painfully relearn how to work his body and then face a wife, daughter and life he no longer remembers. During the course of his unpredictable recuperation, Henry'sfamily begin to realise that things will never be the same - which may not be a bad thing.
Director Mike Nichols 's other movies include Wolf, The Graduate, Catch-22 and Working Girl.
(1991) Stereo Subtitled ............. * See Barry Norman : page 70


Unknown: Harrison Ford
Unknown: Annette Bening
Unknown: Henry Turner
Director: Mike Nichols
Unknown: Barry Norman
Henry Turner: Harrison Ford
SarahTurner: Annette Bening
Bradley: Bill Nunn
Rachel Turner: Mikki Allen
Charlie: Donald Moffat
Rosella: Aida Linares
Jessica: Elizabeth Wilson
Phyllis: Robin Bartlett
Bruce: Bruce Altman
Linda Palmer: Rebecca Miller
Mr Matthews: Stanley H Swerdlow
Mrs Matthews: Julie Follansbee
George: John MacKay
Julia: Mary Gilbert

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