The Seagull

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Released 1975

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Director:
John Desmond
Released:
1975
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The Seagull is a 1975 romantic drama directed by John J. Desmond. The film is an adaptation of Anton Chekhov's renowned play by the same name. The story revolves around a young, aspiring writer, Konstantin (Frank Langella), who comes with his arogant mother, actress Irina Arkadina (Lee Grant), to a rural estate owned by his uncle Sorin (William Swetland). Restless and enthusiastic Konstantin writes an experimental script that will be played by Nina (Blythe Danner), a neighbor girl he secretly loves, and his mother invites accomplished novelist Trigorin (Kevin McCarthy) to evaluate his son's potential. Nina, who always ignored Konstantin's passion for her, is now in love with Trigorin and starts to feel the taste of rejection herself. The sophisticated Arkadina and her glamorous guest Trigorin are about to disrupt the performance and put an end to Konstantin's hopes for a future theater career. Caught in the middle between the desire to succeed with his play, his rejected love for Nina and his mother's arogance, Konstantin struggles to face these dramatic emotional challenges.moreless
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