The Bridges of Madison County (1995)

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The Bridges of Madison County
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TitleThe Bridges of Madison County
Year1995
CountryUSA
GenreRomance (Movies)
Run Time2h 14 min
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In the present, adult siblings Michael and Carolyn Johnson arrive at their recently deceased mother, Francesca’s Iowa farmhouse to settle her estate. They are shocked upon learning that Francesca requested to be cremated and her ashes scattered from Roseman Covered Bridge, rather than burial next to her late husband, Richard. Michael initially refuses, but while he and Carolyn look through the safe deposit box, they discover an envelope containing photographs, letters, and a key. The photos are of Francesca taken at the Holliwell Covered Bridge and the letters are from a man named Robert Kincaid.

The key is to Francesca’s locked hope chest. In it are three hardbound notebooks. There are also several National Geographic magazines, including one featuring Madison County’s covered wooden bridges, old cameras, a book, and other mementos. The magazine includes a photo of Kincaid, who photographed the bridges; he is wearing Francesca’s crucifix pendant. As Michael and Carolyn begin reading Francesca’s notebooks, the film flashes back to 1965. Francesca, a WWII Italian war bride,stays home while her husband and teenaged son and daughter attend the state fair for the next four days.

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The Bridges of Madison County
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Cast:

Clint Eastwood Clint Eastwood
Robert Kincaid
Meryl Streep Meryl Streep
Francesca Johnson
Annie Corley Annie Corley
Carolyn Johnson
Victor Slezak Victor Slezak
Michael Johnson
Jim Haynie Jim Haynie
Richard Johnson

In the present, adult siblings Michael and Carolyn Johnson arrive at their recently deceased mother, Francesca’s Iowa farmhouse to settle her estate. They are shocked upon learning that Francesca requested to be cremated and her ashes scattered from Roseman Covered Bridge, rather than burial next to her late husband, Richard. Michael initially refuses, but while he and Carolyn look through the safe deposit box, they discover an envelope containing photographs, letters, and a key. The photos are of Francesca taken at the Holliwell Covered Bridge and the letters are from a man named Robert Kincaid.

The key is to Francesca’s locked hope chest. In it are three hardbound notebooks. There are also several National Geographic magazines, including one featuring Madison County’s covered wooden bridges, old cameras, a book, and other mementos. The magazine includes a photo of Kincaid, who photographed the bridges; he is wearing Francesca’s crucifix pendant. As Michael and Carolyn begin reading Francesca’s notebooks, the film flashes back to 1965. Francesca, a WWII Italian war bride,stays home while her husband and teenaged son and daughter attend the state fair for the next four days.

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