Far and Away
Far and Away is a 1992 American epic Western romantic adventure drama film directed by Ron Howard from a screenplay by Bob Dolman and a story by Howard and Dolman. It stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. This was the last cinematography credit for Mikael Salomon before he moved on to a directing career, and the music score was by John Williams. It was screened out of competition at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.
In Ireland in 1892, Joseph Donnelly's family home is burned down by his landlord Daniel Christie's men because of unpaid rent. Joseph tries killing Daniel, but he injures himself in the process and is nursed back to health by Nora, Daniel's wife, and her daughter, Shannon. Shannon plans to run away from home and travel to America, as there is land being given away for free there, taking Joseph with her as her servant.
|author||Bob Dolman Ron Howard|
|contentLocation||Republic of Ireland|
|editor||Daniel P. Hanley Mike Hill|
|genre||adventure drama western|
|keywords||abandoned house american burlesque back to life bare-knuckle boxing boxing match burlesque crush family home grope kill land run of 1893 land rush oklahoma oklahoma territory ozarks run away shoot sucker punch talk wagon train ward boss win|
|producer||Bob Dolman Brian Grazer Ron Howard|