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Another Nine & a Half Weeks (1997) More at IMDbPro »Love in Paris (original title)

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Another Nine & a Half Weeks -- When John travels to Paris to find his ex-girlfriend Elizabeth, he discovers that she is married and no longer living in Paris. While there, he meets a mysterious fashion designer who becomes a dangerous new obsession.
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Another Nine & a Half Weeks -- The erotic tension between Mickey Rourke and Angie Everhart builds to a dangerous climax as a fateful new obsession takes hold in this steamy and suspenseful follow-up to 9 ½ WEEKS.

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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Elizabeth McNeill (characters)
Mick Davis (written by)
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Release Date:
12 June 1997 (Germany) See more »
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Tagline:
On the trail of an old love, he found a dangerous new obsession.
Plot:
When John travels to Paris to attend an art sale hosted by his old flame, he begins a torrid affair... See more » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
wouldn't be that bad if it weren't so damn dark! See more (29 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Mickey Rourke ... John Gray
Agathe de La Fontaine ... Claire

Angie Everhart ... Lea Calot

Steven Berkoff ... Vittorio DaSilva

Dougray Scott ... Charlie
Werner Schreyer ... Gilles
Faisal Attia ... Drug Dealer #2
Philippe Beglia ... Hotel Raphael Doorman

Christin Amy Artner ... Kahidijah (as Christine Brandner)
Sandra Cervik ... Hotel Maid

Lana Clarkson ... Woman at Fashion Show
Cyrille Cohen ... Auctioneer
Sophie Dolce ... Cafe Marly Hostess
Carolin Dichtl ... Dominatrix
Andrea Eckert ... Celeste
Kurt Freimuller ... M. Durand
John Gentry ... Hotel Raphael Concierge
Laurent Hennequin ... Mover #1
Lucienne Legrand ... Old Lady at the Hotel Raphael
Philippa Matthews ... Beautiful Blonde

Samy Naceri ... Drug Dealer #1
Eric Poulain ... Hotel Raphael Bell Boy
Emad Sayyah ... Arab Gamekeeper
Giora Seeliger ... Head Seamaster
Marcus Siebert ... Arab Theif
Ilene Strickler ... American Mother
N'Gone Sy ... Aisha
Michael Thomas ... Transvestite
Blu Toth ... Gretha
Ian Michael Towers ... American Father
Sasha Van Duyn ... Girl in Night Club
Wassily Zechyr ... Tall Man
Margo Desco ... Additional Model #1
Pilar Fantova ... Additional Model #2
Monika Fekete ... Additional Model #3
Ruby Gane ... Additional Model #4
Andrea Horvath ... Additional Model #5
Linda Karoly ... Additional Model #6
Adrienn Maherszki ... Additional Model #7
Natasha Milkovich ... Additional Model #8
Adrienn Nador ... Additional Model #9
Erika Steinmuller ... Additional Model #10

Directed by
Anne Goursaud 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Elizabeth McNeill (characters)

Mick Davis (written by) (as Michael Davis)

Produced by
Staffan Ahrenberg .... producer
Barry Barnholtz .... executive producer
Yannick Bernard .... producer
Don Carmody .... executive producer
Jay Firestone .... executive producer
Bastiaan Gieben .... executive producer
Emmanuel Itier .... consulting producer
Mario Sotela .... executive producer
Abby Stone .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Francis Haines 
Stephen W. Parsons  (as Stephen Parsons)
 
Cinematography by
Robert Alazraki 
 
Film Editing by
Anne Goursaud 
Terilyn A. Shropshire 
 
Production Design by
Robert de Vico 
 
Set Decoration by
Barbara Demmer 
Olivier Jacquet 
Bastien Meunier 
 
Costume Design by
Maxine van Cliffe Arakawa 
 
Makeup Department
Boris Cavlina .... key hair stylist
Boris Cavlina .... key makeup artist
Bernard Floch .... hair stylist
Bernard Floch .... makeup artist
Ullu Koppe .... hair stylist
Ullu Koppe .... makeup artist
Deborah McNulty .... hair stylist (as Deborah Wolski McNulty)
Deborah McNulty .... makeup artist (as Deborah Wolski McNulty)
Karin Schön .... hair stylist
Karin Schön .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Stephen Barker .... post-production executive
Sylvie Barthet .... unit production manager
Michel Bazinet .... unit manager
Eric Dangremont .... unit manager: France
Jean-Claude Montier .... unit manager
Andreas Payer .... unit manager: Austria
Walter Pucker .... unit production manager
Jefferson Richard .... production supervisor
Helmut Kronberger .... production supervisor (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sissi Boehler .... first assistant director
Luc Etienne .... first assistant director
Huberta Haubman .... third assistant director
Carl Lawrence Ludwig .... first assistant director
Jana Ludwigova .... second assistant director
Dave Steck .... assistant director: additional photography (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Norbert Amon .... carpenter
Viktor Amon .... carpenter
Marja Blumel .... stand-by props: Austria
Rudolf Czettel .... art department coordinator
Peter Dirnbacher .... property assistant
Freddi Dobsak .... construction consultant
Christian Haitzinger .... lead man
Annette Hinterwirth .... art department production assistant: Austria
Mario Hoffman .... art swing gang
Fritz Hollergschwandtner .... construction coordinator
Walter Horst .... carpenter
Sonja Jiszda .... art department buyer
Jiri Juda .... property master
Marco Kalantari .... props assistant: Austria
François-Renaud Labarthe .... art director: France
Bruno Leber .... carpenter
Peter Manhardt .... art director: Austria
Sophie Neudorfer .... set designer
Josef Neumaier-Schiegel .... carpenter
Gerhard Olz .... art swing gang
Thomas Reithofer .... carpenter
Andreas Rindt .... art swing gang
Phillip Schuller .... art swing gang
Franz Vana .... key scenic artist
Ortensia Visconti .... art department production assistant: France
Martin Vohrytzka .... art swing gang
 
Sound Department
Michael A. Carter .... sound re-recording mixer
St. Clair Davis .... boom operator
Gillian Dodders .... assistant sound editor
Brian Freemantle .... foley editor
Glenn Freemantle .... supervising sound editor
Diane Greaves .... foley artist
John Hayward .... sound re-recording mixer
Max Hoskins .... supervising dialogue editor
Kant Pan .... dialogue editor
Tom Sayers .... trainee sound editor
Jack Stew .... foley artist
Kevin Tayler .... adr mixer
Kevin Tayler .... foley mixer
Timothy Vine .... sound editor
Christian Wangler .... sound mixer
Sandy Buchanan .... post-production sound assistant (uncredited)
Richard Pryke .... assistant re-recording mixer (uncredited)
David Rodriguez .... adr mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Willi Neuner .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Cecilia Hazai .... model casting
Kinga Hazai .... model casting
Terilyn A. Shropshire .... visual consultant
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Nanon Atanassian .... electrician: France
André Atellian .... key grip
Ludovic Atellian .... grip: France
Benoît Bayle .... grip: France
Christophe Beaucarne .... camera operator: second unit
Eric Bialas .... assistant camera: second unit
Nagar Djavadi .... camera production assistant: France
Julie Grünbaum .... clapper loader: France (as Julie Grunebaum)
Astrid Heubrandtner .... clapper loader: Austria
Gilles Hillion .... electrician: France
Peter Kappel .... assistant camera
David Kennedy .... gaffer
Gillian Lefkowitz .... still photographer
Christophe Legal .... first assistant camera
Francesco Lorusso .... electrician: Austria
Marc Nove .... electrician: France
Eric Nové .... grip: France
Robert Polonia .... generator operator: France
Bernhard Schiesser .... electrician: Austria
Christian Schmid .... best boy: Austria
Marie Spencer .... assistant camera
Martin Stingl .... camera operator
Bernhard Watzek .... assistant camera
Harald Wurmbrand .... gaffer: Austria (as Harry Wurmbrand)
Stefan Berger .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Jules Labarthe .... additional photographer (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Pascal Dailhat .... extras casting: France
Roger Davison .... casting: UK
Marie-Christine Lafosse .... casting: France (as Marie-Cristine Lafosse)
Nina Lang .... extras casting: Austria
Rudi Rehling .... casting: Austria
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Odill Horion .... wardrobe assistant: France
Birgit Hutter .... costume designer: Austria
Teresa Lazek .... wardrobe assistant: Austria
Elisabeth Witte .... wardrobe mistress: Austria
Caroline Young .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Michelle White Hart .... assistant film editor
Karin Hartusch .... assistant film editor
Wayne Smith .... assistant film editor
 
Music Department
Dominic Gibbs .... music editor
Billy Gottlieb .... music consultant
Steve Love .... music supervisor
Philip Mitchell .... music programmer
Mark Tucker .... music mixer
 
Transportation Department
Sylvain Allard .... driver: France
Peter Dirnbacher .... driver
Ben Douin .... driver: France
Renaud Fidon .... driver: Austria and France
Henri Guillou .... driver: France
Martin Hurt .... driver: Austria
Elmar Kumn .... driver: Austria
Sandro Kumric .... driver: Austria
Fritz Moskopp .... driver: Austria
Isabelle Pesqué .... transportation coordinator: France
Franco Pisano .... driver: Mr. Rourke
Joe Pohan .... driver: Austria
Pierre Renaud .... driver: France
Walter Roth .... driver: Austria
Gerhard Rupp .... transportation coordinator: Austria
Stegan Stein .... driver: Austria
Gerhard Totzl .... driver: Austria
 
Other crew
Liz Amsden .... assistant: Mr. Carmody
Marie Barré .... key set production assistant: France
Yannick Bernard .... production executive: Paris
Katharina Bogensberger .... production coordinator
Abigail Clarke .... assistant: Ms. Goursaud, London
Emily Clarke .... assistant: Ms. Goursaud, London
Inès de la Bévière .... production assistant: France
Peter Evers .... assistant: Ms. Goursaud, Austria
Katalin Fodor .... choreographer
Jean-François Fontanel .... production assistant: France
Florence Forney .... production coordinator
Wiesje Harald .... location manager: Austria
Henk Haselager .... key set production assistant: Austria
Patrick Hernandez .... production assistant: France
Andreas Kamm .... production executive: Vienna
Jordane LaFourcade .... key set production assistant: France
Rita Lengyel .... choreographer
Paris Libby .... assistant: Mr. Rourke
Carl Lawrence Ludwig .... production associate
Kurt J. Mrkwicka .... production executive: Vienna
Petra Muller .... office production assistant: Austria
Joyce Naudin .... office production assistant: France
Gabor Norman .... choreographer
Johannes Nostiz .... location manager: Austria
Chloé Perlemuter .... script supervisor
Trystram Sylvain .... assistant: Ms. Goursaud, France
Teresa Wierson .... trainer: Mr. Rourke
Eleonore Zedwitz .... location manager: Austria
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Love in Paris" - France (original title)
"Nine Half 2" - Japan (English title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for strong sexuality and some language
Runtime:
105 min
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Color (Rankcolor)
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Did You Know?

Quotes:
Beautiful Blonde:Who is Elizabeth?
John Gray:[exhales; no response]
Beautiful Blonde:Last night you called me Elizabeth.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Be Kind Rewind (2008)See more »
Soundtrack:
Hello StrangerSee more »

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14 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
wouldn't be that bad if it weren't so damn dark!, 6 March 1999
Author: Scoopy from Budapest

Let me start with the good points: the movie is on a high quality print, the art direction is lovely, the sets are sumptuous, the exteriors are shot in Paris and the French countryside (how bad can you screw that up)

And that's about it. The entire movie is shot in a corny blue lighting scheme, and most of the sets are also blue. Given the presence of such a beautiful woman, Miss Everhart, and given that she did some rare-for-her topless scenes, some clearer lighting might have been sexier.

Talk about a lack of Chemistry between leads. These two never seem to like each other at any time.

Rourke looks better suited to do a sequel to Angel Heart than 9 1/2 Weeks. He's aging ... gracelessly. He looks like a ventriloquist's dummy that recently had his hair refitted. Despite his physical appearance, Rourke gives it his best shot, and he's pretty effective as a man locked inside himself, tortured by past mistakes and chances never taken. This could have been very effective opposite Kate Blanchett or Emma Thompson or Gwyneth, but just seems to echo unnoticed off Everhart.

Miss Everhart is a presence. Unfortunately, sound developed before color, and there were never any silent color movies, which would have been perfect for her.

She has a magnificent physical aura, at 5'11", with the mane of hair, the supermodel looks, and the ability to fill out a sweater with extraordinary curves. But the girl went to the Royal Kathy Ireland Academy of Dramatic Arts. In terms of depth, she makes Pam Anderson seem like Soren Kirkegaard. She delivers every line with the chirpy intonations of a high school cheerleader. Surely there is more to her than this? What possessed someone to cast her in this role as a successful and powerful career woman?

Well, what else is there to say about a pseudo-arty piece of erotica that isn't erotic? Missing the right leads, and missing any chemistry between them ... what else could redeem the movie? Plot? You want plot? Maybe you should try to re-watch Sleuth instead of renting this movie.

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