Nick Broomfield NICK BROOMFIELD (*1948) studied law, politics and film science before making a name as a documentary film-maker. His films are often portraits of artists, like 2Pac, Kurt Cobain or Whitney Houston.
rated for 0 + years DOCUMENTARY »So Long, Marianne«: the biopic tells of the close relationship between singer Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen.
»She was the most beautiful woman I had ever seen«: it was 1960 when Marianne Ihlen and Leonard Cohen met and fell in love on the Greek island of Hydra. Their love lasted all their lives and was an inexhaustible source of inspiration for Cohen, evidence of which you can see in his songs like »Bird on the Wire«. And even after they parted and the years passed, their souls retained their invisible connection. Leonard Cohen died only three months after Marianne.
Orig. Title: Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
Filmtype: Documentary Feature
Original language: English, Norwegian
Director: Nick Broomfield
Screenplay: Nick Broomfield
Cast: Protagonists: Leonard Cohen, Marianne Ihlen, Judy Collins, Ron Cornelius, Helle Goldman, Aviva Layton, Irving Layton, John Lissauer, Don Lowe, John Simon, Richard Vick, Jennifer Warnes
Producer: Nick Broomfield,Marc Hoeferlin,Shani Hinton,Kyle Gibbon
Sprachfassung: OV with German subtitles
Music: Nick Laird-Clowes
Director of Photography: Barney Broomfield
Editor: Marc Hoeferlin
German Distributor: Piece of Magic
Production: Lafayette Film
Contact: Sophie Roche, Piece of Magic Entertainment: email@example.com