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A Hungarian family forced to flee the Communist country for the United States, must leave a young daughter behind. Six years later the family arranges to bring the absent daughter to the United States where she has trouble adjusting. The daughter then decides to travel to Budapest to discover her identity.

Directed by: Éva Gárdos


Who Stars in An American Rhapsody

Scarlett Johansson
Suzanne Sandor

Scarlett Johansson

Nastassja Kinski
Margit

Nastassja Kinski

Tony Goldwyn
Peter

Tony Goldwyn

Raffaella Bánsági
Suzanne - Infant

Raffaella Bánsági

Ágnes Bánfalvy
Helen

Ágnes Bánfalvy

Colleen Camp
Dottie

Colleen Camp


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Production

Fireworks Pictures

Seven Arts Pictures

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Facts

Status
Released

Release Date
2001-06-22

Original Language
English

Runtime
1 hr 46 mins

Revenue
$ 850,225.00 (USA)

Genres
Drama Family

Keywords
hungarian family woman director



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