Esther Kahn is the first English-language film by the French director Arnaud Desplechin. It premiered at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival where it competed for the Palme d'Or, but was not distributed to the United States for two years until it played in New York City in 2002. It stars Summer Phoenix as Esther and Ian Holm as her friend and teacher, Nathan Quellen.
Esther Kahn a Jewish girl in 19th Century London dreams of becoming a stage actress.
|author||Arnaud Desplechin Emmanuel Bourdieu|
|editor||Hervé de Luze Martine Giordano|
|keywords||19th century jewish girl stage actress|
|publisher||Why Not Productions|