A man ahead of his time, Cyrano de Bergerac dazzles whether with ferocious wordplay at a verbal joust or with brilliant swordplay in a duel. But, convinced that his appearance renders him unworthy of the love of a devoted friend, the luminous Roxanne, Cyrano has yet to declare his feelings for her—and Roxanne has fallen in love, at first sight, with Christian.

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Film Cast:

  • Cyrano de Bergerac: Peter Dinklage
  • Roxanne: Haley Bennett
  • Christian: Kelvin Harrison Jr.
  • De Guiche: Ben Mendelsohn
  • Le Bret: Bashir Salahuddin
  • Marie: Monica Dolan
  • Valvert: Joshua James
  • Sister Claire: Anjana Vasan
  • Mother Marthe: Ruth Sheen
  • Guard #1: Glen Hansard
  • Guard #2: Sam Amidon
  • Guard #3: Scott Folan
  • Montfleury: Mark Benton
  • Priest: Richard McCabe
  • Ragueneau: Peter Wight
  • Jodelet: Tim McMullan
  • Stranger: Mark Bagnall
  • Marquis: Mike Shepherd
  • The Gate Keeper: Paul Biddiss
  • The Thief: Katy Owen
  • Theatre Buff: Paul Hunter
  • Theatre Lady: Celeste Dodwell
  • Theatre Lady: Celeste Dring
  • Sheep Girl: Bettrys Jones
  • Sheep Girl Dancer: Nandi Bhebhe
  • Handsome Landlord: Colin Mace
  • Thief: Lucas Peters
  • Son of Theatre Buff: Leo Rait
  • Theatre Chorus / Aristocrat: Kyla Goodey
  • Theatre Chorus / Orange Seller: Beverly Rudd
  • Theatre Chorus / Borghesi: Giles King
  • Theatre Chorus: Carl Grose
  • Theatre Chorus / Puppeteer: Sarah Wright
  • The Follow Spot Operator: John Locke

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Tim Bevan
  • Producer: Eric Fellner
  • Director of Photography: Seamus McGarvey
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Craig Berkey
  • Editor: Valerio Bonelli
  • Art Direction: Phil Harvey
  • Director: Joe Wright
  • Costume Design: Jacqueline Durran
  • Production Design: Sarah Greenwood
  • Set Decoration: Katie Spencer
  • Supervising Art Director: Elaine Kusmishko
  • Costume Design: Massimo Cantini Parrini
  • Theatre Play: Edmond Rostand
  • Original Music Composer: Aaron Dessner
  • Original Music Composer: Bryce Dessner
  • Producer: Guy Heeley
  • Makeup Designer: Alessandro Bertolazzi
  • Choreographer: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Becki Ponting
  • Executive Producer: Jason Cloth
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Paul Carter
  • Supervising Art Director: Gianpaolo Rifino
  • Art Direction: Massimo Pauletto
  • Standby Art Director: Isona Rigau
  • Art Direction: Clara Gomez del Moral
  • Assistant Art Director: Dana Anusca
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Luke Butler
  • Screenplay: Erica Schmidt
  • Assistant Art Director: Dario Nolé
  • Assistant Art Director: Leonardo Grillo
  • Set Dresser: Giuliano Mignacca

Movie Reviews:

  • r96sk: Loved it!

    Films like ‘Cyrano’ are not usually my cup of tea, what with the spontaneous singing, dancing et al. but Joe Wright & Co. do it in a way that is simply a pleasure to watch. The whole thing looks splendid, from the sets to the costumes. The musical numbers, meanwhile, are consistently great throughout.

    The cast are excellent. Peter Dinklage is my guy, like everyone I found his performances as Tyrion in Game of Thrones (my favourite character, easily, from that show) to be sensational and have since wanted to support and see his future work – and he didn’t let me down here! Haley Bennett and Kelvin Harrison Jr. are very good also, with them both putting in emotive displays. Ben Mendelsohn, although in a smaller role, is memorable too.

    This was the first time that I was all alone in the cinema to watch a film, which – as pleasurable as that is for me personally – is hopefully not a bad sign for this 2021 release as it deserves a positive box office taking. With that said, I have since read that the film’s official UK release date is tomorrow… so perhaps (hopefully) that is why.

    I will say the ending isn’t as strong as the rest, though that’s me nit-picking as I still thoroughly enjoyed the conclusion – and the rest of the production, for that matter.

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