ANDIE MACDOWELL (Sarah Lloyd) teams with French director Elie Chouraqui for the first time in Harrison' s Flowers. She co-stars with David
Stratharin, Andrien Brody and Elias Koteas in this timely story of the perils faced by the brave photojournalists chronicling the Serbo-Croatian War. Andie plays Sarah, a woman whose husband and Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist is presumed dead while on assignment in The Balkans. Refusing to accept this, Sarah embarks on a perilous journey to find her husband and bring him home.
Andie received critical acclaim and accolades for her performance as a repressed young wife in Steven Soderbergh's sex, lies and videotape. The film won the Palme
D'Or in Cannes in 1989 and garnered Andie the Los Angeles Film Critics Award for Best Actress as well as a Golden Globe nomination. In 1997, she was presented with the coveted Cesar D'Honneur for her body of work and the Golden Kamera Award from German's Horzu Publications.
In 1993, she starred in the holiday classic Groundhog Day with Bill Murray. The following year, Andie earned the title of #1 female box-office draw worldwide with her performances in the smash hit romantic comedy Four Weddings
and a Funeral and the western Bad Girls with Drew Barrymore.
In other comedies, Andie continued to partner with some of the top leading men including Gerard Depardieu in Green Card, for which she earned another Golden Globe nomination, Michael Keaton in Multiplicity, John Travolta in Michael, Andy Garcia in Just the Ticket and Warren Beatty in Town and
The End of Violence, directed by Wim Wenders starring Andie and Bill Pullman, was selected to screen at the opening of the 50th Anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival in 1998.
Her other dramatic performances include The Player and Short Cuts, both directed by Robert Altman: Unstrung Heroes, direct by Diane
Keaton, and the ever popular St. Elmo's Fire.
Most recently Andie earned praise for her performance in the HBO original film, Dinner
with Friends. Daily Variety called her portray al "arguably MacDowell's best work yet" and USA Today says the film was "blessed by an on-the-mark performance by
Andie MacDowell's next film Crush will be featured in the
premiere section of the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. She has also completed shooting her latest film Ginostra with Harvey
Keitel, directed by Manuel Pradal.
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