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The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 3: From Sark to the Finish (2004)

The story of Tulse Luper, whose life is reconstructed through the evidence from 92 suitcases. He is the author and project manager, and constantly end up in prisons around the world.

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Peter Greenaway

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Peter Greenaway
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Cast

Credited cast:
Roger Rees ... Tulse Luper
Stephen Billington ... Tulse Luper
Jordi Mollà ... Hypolite / Gaudí
Ana Torrent ... Charlotte des Arbres
Ornella Muti ... Mathilde Figura
Iori Hugues Iori Hugues ... Martino Knockavelli
Anna Galiena ... Madame Plens
Itziar Castro ... Frances Cotumely
Esther Gómez Esther Gómez ... Lesley Cotumely
Flora Álvarez Flora Álvarez ... Jeanne Cotumely
Joan-Francesc Ainaud Joan-Francesc Ainaud ... Doctor Hospital
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jennifer Belander ... Carrie
Giovanni Capalbo Giovanni Capalbo ... Heinkel
Valentina Cervi ... Cissie Colpitts
Roberto Citran ... Raoul Wallenberg
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The story of Tulse Luper, whose life is reconstructed through the evidence from 92 suitcases. He is the author and project manager, and constantly end up in prisons around the world.

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Release Date:

9 June 2005 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

I trilogia tou Tulse Luper - Meros 3o See more »

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Budget:

$10,000,000 (estimated)
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Dolby

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 3: From Sark to the Finish (2003)
6 January 2012 | by MartinTellerSee all my reviews

I wish I had some brilliant words to wrap up this epic, but I'm just exhausted by it. After being bombarded with elaborate fictions and heaps of minute detail for the past 6 hours, I've got nothing much left to say. My attention was frequently drifting, and I got the impression that you could walk away for a while and not miss much. Of course, the same could be said about THE FALLS, but the difference is I never felt like walking away during that movie. Perhaps because it's not as overwhelming, or maybe just because it's funnier. Whatever the reason, as much as I admire Greenaway and the massive amount of work and thought he puts into his films, I've had quite enough of him for a while. I will say this movie does have a nifty ending, one that puts Greenaway and his stand-in Luper in an interesting new light. But as a whole, I found it much more tedious than the previous two installments. Although who knows, maybe it's a diminishing returns thing and I'd feel the opposite if I'd watched them in reverse order.


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