• Alfie (2000)


Release Date: October 14th, 2000

DVD Release Date: February 27th, 2001

PG |1 hr 54 min

Plot Summary

Set in postwar London, "Alfie" features Michael Caine as a chauffeur bent on promiscuity. After impregnating his girlfriend he takes off on vacation. He continues his life of womanizing, but he can't hide forever. A misfortune strikes and Alfie is forced to face the product of his ways.

Cast: Michael Caine, Shelley Winters, Millicent Martin, Julia Foster, Jane Asher, Shirley Anne Field, Vivien Merchant, Eleanor Bron

Director: Lewis Gilbert

Genres: Comedy drama

Production Co: Lewis Gilbert, Sheldrake Films

Distributors: British Film Institute, Paramount Pictures, CIC-Taft Home Video

Keywords: 1950s, Transformation, Growing up, Girlfriend, Friend, Witty, London, Car

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Nominated British Cinematography: Colour
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