Dr. T & The Women
  [nicht mehr im Kino - Release: 18. Januar 2001]
   
 

Von Robert Altman • In 'Dr. T and the Women,' Dr. Sullivan Travis (Gere) is a man at the top of his game, a rich and successful Dallas gynecologist whose 'religion' is women. Dr. T worships women. In his immediate family and in his office, they surround him. He is loving and giving to each and every one at all times - he is their savior, and he would have it no other way. And sure enough, as in the story of Job, one day a higher force decides to test his faith. Once a man in complete control of his universe, Dr. T now finds himself buffeted by chaos and confusion.

The doctor of choice for the city's society elite, Dr. T is steadily losing ground to his overbooked schedule, despite the efforts of his devoted chief nurse, Carolyn (Long). His home life starts to boil over as well: his beloved wife Kate (Fawcett) has regressed into a childlike state just as plans for the upcoming wedding of the cheerleader daughter Dee Dee (Hudson) are shifting into high gear. Adding to the chaos, Dr. T's champagne-loving sister-in-law Peggy (Dern) has moved in with her three little girls, while Kennedy conspiracy-buff daughter Connie (Reid) is sounding the alarm about Dee Dee's chosen maid of honor, the mysterious Marilyn (Tyler). Overwhelmed, Dr. T begins spending more time at his country club's golf course, adding a new woman to his life—the easygoing golf pro, Bree (Hunt).


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REGIE:
Robert Altman
PRODUKTION:
Robert Altman
James McLindon
CAST:
Richard Gere
Helen Hunt
Farrah Fawcatt
Laura Dern
Shelley Long
Tara Reid
Kate Hudson
DREHBUCH:
Anne Rapp
KAMERA:
Jan Kiesser
SCHNITT:
Geraldine Peroni
MUSIK:
Lyle Lovett
AUSSTATTUNG:
Stephen Altman

LAND:
USA
Deutschland
JAHR: 2000
LÄNGE: 122min