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Mona Lisa


Bob Hoskins, Cathy Tyson, Michael Caine, Robbie Coltrane View All


Neil Jordan (Screenplay), Neil Jordan (Director), David Leland (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jun. 13th, 1986
Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes
George is a small-time crook just out of prison who discovers his tough-guy image is out of date. Reduced to working as a minder/driver for high class call girl Simone, he has to agree when she asks him to find a young colleague from her King's Cross days. That's when George's troubles just start.
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I just kind of endured it - I was expecting to hear the song 'Mona Lisa', and it always went through my head when I thought of what this film might be like.
The late Bob Hoskins, an actor who rarely, if ever, made a false move onscreen, received the only Oscar nomination of his esteemed career for his performance in 1986's Mona Lisa, a gritty and unapologetic love story set on a disturbingly original canvas that doesn't spoon feed the viewer and allows ....


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