Enemies, A Love Story Movie
80's Movie Facts for Enemies, A Love Story
When one woman is not enough in this 80s movie, a man leads a busy life by being involved with three women.
Enemies - A Love Story is based in 1940s New York. It features Herman Broder (played by Ron Silver), who is a Jewish rabbi’s ghostwriter.
But Herman finds time to keep busy with three women: his present wife Margaret Sophie Stein (played by Malgorzata Zajaczkowska), his past wife Tamara (played by Anjelica Huston) whom he believed was dead, and a woman who is married to another man. See how Herman unravels this web that he created in the movie Enemies - A Love Story.
Herman Broder - Ron Silver
Tamara Broder - Anjelica Huston
Masha - Lena Olin
Yadwiga (as Margaret Sophie Stein) - Malgorzata Zajaczkowska
Rabbi Lembeck - Alan King
Masha's Mother - Judith Malina
Mrs. Schreier - Rita Karin
Pesheles - Phil Leeds
Yasha Kobik - Elya Baskin
Leon Tortshiner - Paul Mazursky
Reb Nissen Yaroslaver - LJ Dollinger
Sheva Haddas - Zypora Spaisman
Doctor - Arthur Grosser
Yom Kippur Cantor - Burney Lieberman
Wedding Cantor - Nathaniel Katzman
TriviaEnemies - A Love Story is based on a novel of the same name by Isaac Bashevis Singer.
Enemies - A Love Story was nominated for three Oscars.
Anjelica Huston won for Best Actress In A Supporting Role for the role of Tamara in Enemies, A Love Story.
Lena Olin won for Best Actress In A Supporting Role for the role of Masha in Enemies, A Love Story.
80's Film Facts:
The Movie Enemies, A Love Story was released to theatres on 12/13/1989 by 20th Century Fox, and grossed $7,815,403 at the box office in the US.
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