Florence Foster Jenkins (2016)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 50 mins

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This biographical musical follows the extraordinary life of Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy heiress who wholeheartedly pursued her love for music by singing at public concerts, despite her lack of ability.
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Cast: Hugh Grant, Meryl Streep

Crew: Stephen Frears (Director), Danny Cohen (Director of Photography), Alexandre Desplat (Music Director)

Rating: PG (Singapore)

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Biography

Release Dates: 22 Sep 2016 (Singapore), 05 Jan 2017 (United Arab Emirates)

Tagline: The inspiring true story of the world's worst singer.

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Did you know? Meryl Streep sings in her original voice and Simon Helberg plays the piano originally Read More
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as St Clair Bayfield
as Florence Foster Jenkins
as Wag Woman
as Lily Pons
as John Totten
as Corbin's Gang
as Finkler
as Kitty
as Gino
as Stagehand 2
as Orlando Adams
as Corbin's Gang
as Earl Wilson
as Clifford B. Thornton III
as Antonio
as Carlo Edwards
as Carlton Smith
as Augustus Corbin
as Edgar Booth Cunningham Jr.
as Colonel
as Pearl
as Brooklyn Man
as Chuck
as Corbin's Gang
as Corbin's Gang
as Florence's Dresser
as Newspaper Vendor
as Arturo Toscanini
as Dr Hermann
as Ernest Ziegler
as Donaghy
as Mrs EE Paterson
as Microphone Engineer
as Corbin's Gang
as Mrs James O'Flaherty
as Cole Porter
as Tallulah Bankhead
as Stagehand
as Agnes Stark
as Corbin's Gang
as Woman at news stand
as Baroness Le Feyre
as Mrs. Vanderbilt
as Archie the Doorman
as Kathleen
as Mrs Patsy Snow
as Elevator Operator
as Corbin's Gang
as Corporal Jones
as Cosmé McMoon
as Piano Tuner
as Phineas Stark
as Stephen Foster
as Corbin's Gang
as Head Usher
as Mrs Oscar Garmunder
as Private Smith
as Corbin's Gang


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The inspiring true story of the world's worst singer.
Factual Mistake
Cole Porter walks into Carnegie Hall unassisted but in reality he was crippled after a horseback riding accident in 1937.

After a weekend of golf, St. Clair and Kathleen are in a restaurant. St. Clair holds a cigarette in his left hand. The cigarette moves from his lap to close to his face, and back to his lap.

Factual Mistake
While the film is set in the fall of 1944, a taxi cab is clearly shown to have a 1942 New York license plate.

Factual Mistake
A few scenes in alleyways include nightclub posters. At least one refers to BeBop, which was still experimental during the war years.

Factual Mistake
In several scenes, a 1949 Packard is parked on the street but due to wartime production stoppages, the newest cars in 1944 were 1942 models

Factual Mistake
The grand piano shown during the final recital in Carnegie Hall is a Model D Steinway piano which has a modern Steinway & Sons logo, of which the first version wasn't introduced until late 1950s
The 2015 French feature film 'Marguerite', directed by Xavier Giannoli starring Catherine Frot in the lead role, was actually inspired by Jenkins's life and career.

David Bowie had treasured Florence Foster Jenkins' original recording in his record collection.

Costume designer Consolata Boyle had to add a few pounds of padding to layer Streep's slight frame in order to recreate Jenkins' more matronly look.

The original Jenkins had created all her own outfits, inspired by the style of "a Mexican señorita" and the 18th-century ball gowns.

Meryl Streep sings in her original voice and Simon Helberg plays the piano originally

Hugh Grant had already planned to retire when director Stephen Frears approached him and convinced him to star in the film
Filming End Date:
20 Jul 2015