Miami Rhapsody

Miami Rhapsody is a 1995 American romantic comedy film starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Gil Bellows, Antonio Banderas, Mia Farrow, Paul Mazursky, Kevin Pollak, Barbara Garrick, and Carla Gugino. It was written, co-produced and directed by David Frankel in his feature directorial debut, with music composed by Mark Isham.

Miami Rhapsody
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byDavid Frankel
Produced byDavid Frankel
Jon Avnet
Jordan Kerner
Written byDavid Frankel
Music byMark Isham
CinematographyJack Wallner
Edited bySteven Weisberg
Distributed byBuena Vista Pictures
Release date
  • January 27, 1995 (1995-01-27)
Running time
112 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$6 million
Box office$5,221,281


Gwyn Marcus (Sarah Jessica Parker) is in her late twenties and has always wanted a marriage like her parents. She has just accepted the proposal of her boyfriend Matt (Gil Bellows), but she has some misgivings about their future together. Her fear of commitment grows as she learns of the various affairs that her family is having. At first, her sister Leslie (Carla Gugino) gets married. Then, six months later, she starts an affair with her old high-school boyfriend, due to her husband's cheapness, despite making a big salary, and constant busy schedule with his football career. Her brother Jordan (Kevin Pollak), already married, starts an affair with his business partner's wife, due to the missing passion between him and his wife, after giving birth to their first child, her mother (Mia Farrow) is growing concerned about Gwyn's being the last single person in the family, despite being the one also in an affair with her mother's and Gwyn's grandmother's nurse, Antonio (Antonio Banderas), due the constant arguments between her and her father, including the fact that he also had an affair with an insane travel agent. But the more she thinks about marriage, the more she must search for the balance between career, marriage, and family.


Carla Gugino, Jeremy Piven, David Frankel, and Sarah Jessica Parker at a screening of the film at the 30th Anniversary Celebration of the Miami International Film Festival in 2013

Critical receptionEdit

Rotten Tomatoes reported that 45% of critics gave the film a positive review based on 20 reviews, with an average rating of 6.2/10.[citation needed]


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