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November 1976 (USA) See more »
A young woman arrives to Montreal to find love. A fortune teller tells her that a wealthy man meant for her is right around the corner so she goes looking even among her odd rag tag group roommates. | Add synopsis »
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Elizabeth Moorman ... Eliza

Tommy Lee Jones ... Tommy Lee (as Tom Lee Jones)
Rose Quong ... Rose Quong, Chinese Astrologer
Pierre Byland ... Clown and Harmonica Boy
Marcel Sabourin ... Pervert Doctor
Richard Manuel ... Richard, Bearded Composer
Thérèse Curotte ... Tom's Grandmother

Alanis Obomsawin ... Indian Maiden
Chester Goodleaf ... Indian
Kevin Horn ... Indian
Donald Phillips ... Indian
Denis Lacroix ... Watching Indian
Claude Gai ... Silas
Michel Malhout ... Blip
Chitra Neogy ... Baptismal Nun (as Chiitra Neogy)
Nicole Garon ... Whipped Nun
Fred Waterhouse ... Crazy Frank
Angelyne Tremblay ... Pregnant Woman
Roy Alexander ... Nimbo
Tamara Cardinal ... Stripper
François Barbeau ... Winter Tramp
Jacques Normand ... Cemetery Bishop

Lila Kedrova ... Lila

Directed by
Gordon Sheppard 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Gordon Sheppard 

Produced by
Gordon Sheppard .... producer
Original Music by
Elmo Peeler 
Cinematography by
Jean Boffety 
Michel Brault 
Paul Van der Linden 
Film Editing by
Gordon Sheppard 
Casting by
Françoise Berd 
Celia Hamilton 
Art Direction by
François Barbeau 
Costume Design by
François Barbeau 
Makeup Department
Maureen Sweeney .... makeup designer
Production Management
Lenny Lencina .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Board .... first assistant director
Marc Bovergault .... second assistant director
Robert Malenfant .... third assistant director (as Robbie Malenfant)
Tony Robinow .... second assistant director
Al Simmons .... first assistant director
Art Department
Peter Gnass .... painter
Ghislain Groulk .... property master
Michael Hagen .... property master
H.W. Jones .... sculptor: centaur sculpture
Eugène Lourié .... second art director
Georges Savard .... carpenter
Sound Department
Vince Gutierrez .... looping (as Vincent Guitierrez)
Vince Gutierrez .... sound coordinator (as Vincent Guitierrez)
Lenny Lencina .... sound recordist
Ron Seltzer .... sound recordist
Camera and Electrical Department
Roger Cadieux .... grip
Marc Champion .... auxiliary camera
John Daoust .... grip (as Johnny Daoust)
Aurèle Dion .... electrician
Jean C. Labrecoue .... auxiliary camera
J.C. Lachapelle .... auxiliary camera
Réjean Laramée .... electrician
Raymond Pineaud .... electrician
Alain Jean Rouge .... assistant camera
Al Smith .... assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Louise Jobin .... wardrobe
François Laplante .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Marguerite Corriveau .... associate editor
Laurence Leininger .... associate editor
Pat Somerset .... associate editor
Other crew
C. Acton .... others who helped
T. Arbic .... others who helped
L. Arsenault .... others who helped
Geneviève Bujold .... friend of the film (as G. Bujold)
Marcel Carné .... others who helped (as M. Carné)
Danielle Caron .... production secretary
P. Carter .... others who helped
C. Casson .... others who helped
Monique Champagne .... continuity
Jean-Pierre Charbonneau .... others who helped (as J.P. Carbonneau)
Marguerite Corriveau .... assistant to producer
Robert Crone .... friend of the film (as R. Crone)
L. Cupeno .... others who helped
H. Gardner .... others who helped
G. Gerall .... others who helped
H. Greenberg .... friend of the film
C. Greenlaw .... friend of the film
Agnès Guillemot .... others who helped (as A. Guillemont)
John Hackett .... gofer
M. Hamilton .... others who helped
C. Hanariscius .... others who helped
J. Handerling .... others who helped
Axel Harvey .... consultant: astrology
Henri Huet .... astrology club masks
A. Israel .... others who helped
D. Johnston .... friend of the film
G. Kacrender .... friend of the film
J. Kanto .... others who helped
M. Kododziaz .... others who helped
Sid Lamb .... others who helped
J. Lang .... others who helped
S. Lindsay .... friend of the film
P. Mainot .... others who helped
M. Marsh .... others who helped
Mike Mitchell .... consultant: Indians
J.P. Mousseau .... others who helped
Alanis Obomsawin .... consultant: Indians
Real Ouellette .... others who helped (as R. Oualetta)
P. Ouinet .... others who helped
B. Owens .... others who helped
R. Pauly .... others who helped
David E. Peckinpah .... others who helped (as D. Pekinpah)
Raymond Pinard .... others who helped (as R. Pinard)
E. Pohorlyes .... others who helped
Arthur H. Pullen .... others who helped (as A. Pullen)
B. Rivol .... others who helped
U. Robillard .... others who helped
Pierre Rousseau .... others who helped (as P. Rousseau)
E. Rubin .... friend of the film
Steven Saltzman .... friend of the film
Georges Savard .... others who helped (as G. Savard)
S. Saya .... others who helped
E. Sheppard .... friend of the film
G.H. Sheppard .... friend of the film
J. Tooby .... others who helped
T. Walker .... others who helped
P. Wennagel .... others who helped

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USA:120 min
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9 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
frame it and hang it., 24 November 2002
Author: EyeAskance from fabulous Las Vega$!

An artistically pushy, meandering slice of old-school Anti-Hollywoodism which has something to do with a young woman's interest in astrology becoming possibly either beneficial or detrimental to her romantic pursuits and characteristic growth. Initially intriguing and occasionally visually interesting, it unfortunately digresses rapidly into a merciless hurl of vague imagery and willy-nilly abstraction. What could/would/should have been something dreamy and ethereal comes off a strained and woefully hypnogogic zombie-walk(which appears to have been edited with a melon-baller). There may be an ambiguous between-the-lines supernatural/metaphysical element in play here someplace, but the whole affair is just too high-flown to solidly deduce precisely *what* all this claptrap is supposed to mean.

Admittedly, I have not seen another film quite like ELIZA'S HOROSCOPE, and I suppose I would hesitantly recommend it to a few rabid fans of outré' head cinema. Others will surely find it a rough ride on a very slow train to noplace.

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