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The Hotel New Hampshire
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(1984)

John Irving's picaresque black comedy about an eccentric and unusually peripatetic family in a film starring Rob Lowe as John Berry, the family's oldest son. John's father, Win (Beau Bridges), is obsessed with hotels, so he buys a run-down seminary in New England, transforming it into the Hotel New Hampshire. The extended family includes the profanity-spouting Franny (Jodie Foster); Lily (Jennifer Dundas); a dwarf, Frank (Paul McCrane), who is gay; John, who is strongly attracted to his sister; Egg (Seth Green), the youngest boy; and Iowa Bob (Wilford Brimley), Win's father. After a number of tragic incidents, including the gang rape of Franny, are seen through the special lenses of black comedy, the family is invited to take over another hotel in Vienna, courtesy of their friend Freud (Wallace Shawn). Richardson elicits fine performances from his talented cast in this wild ride through the mind of John Irving.

Runtime:
1:49
Released:
March 09, 1984

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Cast

6eynjdyerzltecyafmueolthawr Rob Lowe John Berry
Xyrvcrgblciyr1pdq2ibb2tn2x4 Jodie Foster Frannie Berry
P2gtilrmubqckb507pc8cefm5qw Paul McCrane Frank Berry
Xv6sdchxhvbgck4y96h32kxgcdr Beau Bridges Mr. Win Berry
Gumb3yffy9ynqijfmzmjujcj6fs Seth Green 'Egg' Berry
Mbvk2zqbsimp1nqn6bvbubzotxg Nastassja Kinski Susie the Bear
Eip0ogjobmdd7fuprjykdwyvzxh Joely Richardson Waitress
Odtp8bupvcllwyyd8tbz5yomdjr Wallace Shawn Freud

Crew

Camera

David Watkin Director of Photography

Directing

Tony Richardson Director

Editing

Robert K. Lambert Editor

Production

Neil Hartley Producer

Writing

John Irving Novel