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3,980 Ratings

Gosford Park

Directed by Robert Altman
United Kingdom, United States, 2001
Comedy, Drama, Mystery


In 1930’s England, a group of pretentious rich and famous gather together for a weekend of relaxation at a hunting resort. But when a murder occurs, each one of these interesting characters becomes a suspect.

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Gosford Park Directed by Robert Altman

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

2002 | Winner: Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen

2002 | 6 nominations including: Best Picture

American Film Institute Awards

2002 | Winner: Director of the Year

2002 | 3 nominations including: Editor of the Year

BAFTA Awards

2002 | 2 wins including: Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film

2002 | 7 nominations including: Best Screenplay - Original

Writers Guild of America

2002 | Winner: Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen (Screen)

Critics reviews

Robert Altman reworks THE RULES OF THE GAME and Agatha Christie mysteries as though he were a bebop musician covering old jazz standards. Watching it, you recognize the melody (that is, the narrative set-up and general developments), but find endless surprises in the riffs and structural innovation.
December 07, 2018
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What could have been an exercise in style is instead a richly textured, funny, and occasionally heartbreaking film about the human condition.
December 03, 2018
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Gosford Park may pivot on the intrigues leading up to and following an old-fashioned murder, but part of the surprise is that Altman keeps the murder offscreen and generally soft-pedals the dramatic significance of who committed it. The use of murder, assassination, accidents, natural disasters, and the like in many of his previous films typically strains for effect, but here his evocations of Agatha Christie whodunits are deliberately tweaked, undermined, and deviated from.
January 18, 2002
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