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Patricia Norris is a Production Design and Costume Design American born on 22 march 1931

Patricia Norris

Patricia Norris
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Nationality USA
Birth 22 march 1931
Death 20 february 2015 (at 83 years)
Awards Emmy Award

Patricia Norris, née le 22 mars 1931 et morte le 20 février 2015, est une costumière et chef décoratrice américaine.

Best films

12 Years a Slave (2013)
(Costume Design)
Scarface (1983)
(Costume Design)
California Suite (1978)
(Costume Design)
2010 (1984)
(Costume Design)
Killing Them Softly (2012)
(Production Design)
History of the World: Part I (1981)
(Costume Design)

Usually with

David Lynch
David Lynch
(7 films)
Mary Sweeney
Mary Sweeney
(4 films)
Mel Brooks
Mel Brooks
(5 films)
Brad Pitt
Brad Pitt
(3 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Patricia Norris (60 films)

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Art

Killing Them Softly, 1h44
Directed by Andrew Dominik
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Crime
Themes Jeu, Mafia films, Poker, Gangster films
Actors Richard Jenkins, Brad Pitt, James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn
Roles Production Design
Rating61% 3.09893.09893.09893.09893.0989
In the fall of 2008, amidst both the American financial crisis and the presidential election campaign, a man named Johnny "Squirrel" Amato (Vincent Curatola) plans to rob an illegitimate poker game. He enlists Frankie (Scoot McNairy), a former business associate, and Russell (Ben Mendelsohn), a heroin addicted Australian expatriate who is stealing purebred dogs for money, to perform the robbery. Markie Trattman (Ray Liotta), the proprietor of a poker ring, is revealed to have previously orchestrated an inside job by paying two men to rob his own illegal poker room. He holds up under rough questioning by the hitman Dillon (Sam Shepard), though later he openly admits his involvement to various criminal figures and suffers no retaliation. Squirrel anticipates that the Mafia will automatically blame Markie for the heist.
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, 2h39
Directed by Andrew Dominik
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Action, Western
Themes Assassinat, Films about families, Jesse James, Gangster films
Actors Brad Pitt, Casey Affleck, Mary-Louise Parker, Sam Shepard, Jeremy Lee Renner, Ted Levine
Roles Production Design
Rating74% 3.7471353.7471353.7471353.7471353.747135
Young, starstruck Robert Ford (Casey Affleck) seeks out Jesse James (Brad Pitt) when the James gang is planning a train robbery in Blue Cut, Missouri, making unsuccessful attempts to join the gang with the help of his older brother Charley (Sam Rockwell), already a member. The train turns out to be carrying only a fraction of the money originally thought, and Frank James (Sam Shepard) tells Charley Ford that this robbery would be the last the James brothers would commit, and that the gang "gave up their nightridin' for good." Jesse returns home to Kansas City, bringing the Fords, Dick Liddil (Paul Schneider) and his cousin, Wood Hite (Jeremy Renner). Jesse sends Charley, Wood and Dick away, but insists that Bob stay. He wanted the younger man just for his help in moving furniture to a new home in St. Joseph. Bob becomes more admiring of James before being sent back to his sister's farmhouse, where he rejoins his brother Charley, Hite, and Liddil.
The Singing Detective
Directed by Jon Amiel, Keith Gordon
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama, Musical, Crime
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Robert Downey Jr., Michael Gambon, Jim Carter, Robin Wright, David Dorfman, Mel Gibson
Roles Production Design
Rating53% 2.698852.698852.698852.698852.69885
Dan Dark, écrivain rongé par une lente maladie dégénérative du cerveau, ne peut trouver la guérison qu'en s'immergeant dans un monde onirique qu'il a créé pour les besoins de l'un de ses ouvrages. Toutefois ce monde onirique s'insinue au fil du temps dans le monde réel.
The Singing Detective, 1h49
Directed by Keith Gordon
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Action, Musical, Crime
Themes Films about films, Films about writers, Films about sexuality, Musical films
Actors Robert Downey Jr., Robin Wright, Jeremy Northam, David Dorfman, Katie Holmes, Adrien Brody
Roles Production Design
Rating53% 2.698852.698852.698852.698852.69885
Suffering from the skin disease psoriasis and crippling psoriatic arthritis, detective novelist Dan Dark is in such pain in a hospital that he begins to delve into fantasy, resulting in several storylines told simultaneously:
Big Bad Love, 1h51
Directed by Arliss Howard
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Arliss Howard, Debra Winger, Paul Le Mat, Rosanna Arquette, Angie Dickinson, Michael Parks
Roles Production Design
Rating58% 2.902142.902142.902142.902142.90214
Big Bad Love shares its title and characters with those in Mississippi writer Larry Brown's short story collection, particularly those in the book's final story, "92 Days".
The Hi-Lo Country, 1h54
Directed by Stephen Frears
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Action, Romance, Western
Actors Billy Crudup, Woody Harrelson, Patricia Arquette, Cole Hauser, Penélope Cruz, Sam Elliott
Roles Production Design
Rating60% 3.049953.049953.049953.049953.04995
Just after World War II best friends Big Boy Matson (Woody Harrelson) and Pete Calder (Billy Crudup) return home to find half of their town employed by cattle baron Jim Ed Love (Sam Elliott). Hanging on to the mythic ideals of the American West Big Boy and Pete team up with an old time rancher Hoover Young (James Gammon) to raise cattle the cowboy way and life in Hi-Lo, New Mexico becomes a volatile powder keg.
Lost Highway, 2h14
Directed by David Lynch, Mary Sweeney
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Noir, Crime
Themes Medical-themed films, Psychologie, Films about psychiatry
Actors Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Robert Loggia, Robert Blake, Jack Nance
Roles Production Design
Rating75% 3.79993.79993.79993.79993.7999
After the opening credits, which show a highway's dividing lines at night while blaring techno music plays in the background, Fred Madison (Bill Pullman), a Los Angeles saxophonist, receives a message from an unknown man on the intercom of his house. The voice says that "Dick Laurent is dead." When he looks out his window, the streets outside his house are empty, and faint police sirens are heard in the distance.
The End of Violence, 2h2
Directed by Wim Wenders
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Bill Pullman, Gabriel Byrne, Traci Lind, Rosalind Chao, Andie MacDowell, K. Todd Freeman
Roles Production Design
Rating55% 2.7998052.7998052.7998052.7998052.799805
Movie producer Mike Max meditates on the paranoia of fear of attack, in the movie business and life in general, as his wife Page announces she is leaving him. He receives a document via email from a NASA employee he met earlier at a conference. Before opening it he is kidnapped and almost killed, a scene captured by surveillance cameras and witnessed by computer scientist Ray Bering on surveillance footage scene in his laboratory at the Griffith Observatory. However, it soon turns out the two men have been shot, Max has escaped and now is accused of killing them. He takes shelter with, and goes to work for, the Mexican gardeners who find him and they help him investigate who is trying to kill him and why. Bering, who originally sent Max the email and recognized Max in the surveillance footage, has a conversation with an intelligence agent who makes it clear that anyone who gets in the way of a new “anti-crime” satellite surveillance program not yet approved by Congress will be dealt with terminally. Detective Dean Brock suspects Max is not a killer and on a tip meets with Bering, who is assassinated by a gunshot as they begin to speak. Max gives up his business and money to his wife and the movie ends as he meditates on how a real attack has freed him from paranoia.
Amos & Andrew, 1h36
Directed by E. Max Frye
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Action, Crime
Themes Films about writers, Buddy films
Actors Nicolas Cage, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Lerner, Margaret Colin, Dabney Coleman, Brad Dourif
Roles Production Design
Rating56% 2.84822.84822.84822.84822.8482
When Andrew Sterling (Samuel L. Jackson), a successful black urbanite writer, buys a vacation home on a resort in New England, two of his new neighbors mistake him for a burglar as he sets up his new stereo. The neighbors have no idea that the former residents of that home had moved and soon call the police.
Leaving Normal, 1h50
Directed by Edward Zwick
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Transport films, Films about automobiles, Road movies
Actors Meg Tilly, Christine Lahti, Patrika Darbo, Lenny Von Dohlen, Maury Chaykin, Brett Cullen
Roles Production Design
Rating64% 3.2461853.2461853.2461853.2461853.246185
Darly Peters (Christine Lahti) is a brassy waitress and former stripper who used to use the stage name Pillow Talk. Darly is on her way to Alaska to claim a home being built for her and return to the family she abandoned eighteen years earlier. She meets Marianne Johnson (Meg Tilly), a quiet waif who just walked out on her abusive husband. Darly allows Marianne to tag along as they journey across country to Alaska.
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, 2h15
Directed by David Lynch
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Fantastic, Horror, Crime
Themes Films about families, Films about sexuality
Actors Sheryl Lee, Moira Kelly, David Bowie, Dana Ashbrook, Chris Isaak, Harry Dean Stanton
Roles Production Design
Rating73% 3.6507353.6507353.6507353.6507353.650735
FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole (David Lynch) sends Agents Chester Desmond (Chris Isaak) and Sam Stanley (Kiefer Sutherland) to investigate the mysterious murder of Teresa Banks in the town of Deer Meadow. They receive mysterious clues from Lil the dancer, most of which Desmond later explain to Sam. However he declines to explain the blue rose pinned to Lil's red dress. After difficulty with the local sheriff's department, Desmond and Stanley view Teresa's body at the morgue. They realize that her ring is missing and the letter "T" has been placed under her fingernail. The Agents question the town residents about Teresa, but come up with few clues. Stanley leaves Deer Meadow, while Desmond remains behind. Desmond discovers Teresa's missing ring under a trailer. As he reaches out to it, the screen fades to black.
Wild at Heart, 2h4
Directed by David Lynch
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Crime, Romance
Themes Transport films, Films about automobiles, Road movies
Actors Nicolas Cage, Laura Dern, Willem Dafoe, Crispin Glover, Diane Ladd, Isabella Rossellini
Roles Production Design
Rating71% 3.5985953.5985953.5985953.5985953.598595
Lovers Lula and Sailor are separated after he is jailed for killing a man who attacked him with a knife; the assailant, Bobby Ray Lemon, was hired by Lula's mother, Marietta Fortune. Upon Sailor's release, Lula picks him up at the prison where she hands him his snakeskin jacket. They go to a hotel where she reserved a room, make love and go to see the speed metal band Powermad. At the club, Sailor gets into a fight with a man who flirts with Lula, and then leads the band in a rendition of Elvis Presley's "Love Me". Later, back in the room, after making love again, Sailor and Lula finally decide to run away to California, breaking Sailor's parole. Marietta arranges for private detective Johnnie Farragut – her on-off boyfriend – to find them and bring them back. Unbeknownst to Farragut, however, Marietta also hires gangster Marcellus Santos to track them, and kill Sailor. Santos's minions capture and kill Farragut, sending Marietta into a guilt-fueled psychosis.
Tap
Tap (1989)
, 1h51
Directed by Nick Castle
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Musical theatre, Action, Musical
Themes Dance films, Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Gregory Hines, Sammy Davis Jr., Suzzanne Douglas, Joe Morton, Savion Glover, Terrence E. McNally
Roles Production Design
Rating64% 3.248453.248453.248453.248453.24845
Max Washington (Gregory Hines), just released from prison after serving time for burglary, is a talented tap dancer. His late father owned a dance studio that is now run by Little Mo (Sammy Davis, Jr.), whose daughter Amy Simms (Suzzanne Douglas) gives lessons to children. Back on the streets, Max isn't interested in dancing again but he is interested in seeing Amy, his former girlfriend. A local gangster, Nicky, doesn't care for Max personally but does try to recruit him to take part in a robbery. Amy has a job as dancer in an upcoming Broadway show and tells its choreographer about Max, hoping to land him a role in the chorus. Max is reluctant to agree to it, then incensed when he is humiliated during the auditions. Max must decide whether to swallow his pride and dance the way the man wants, or give up his art once and for all and return to a life of crime.
Blue Velvet, 2h
Directed by David Lynch
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror, Crime, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, BDSM in films, Serial killer films, Erotic thriller films
Actors Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini, Dennis Hopper, Laura Dern, Hope Lange, Dean Stockwell
Roles Production Design
Rating76% 3.8493753.8493753.8493753.8493753.849375
Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) returns to his logging home town of Lumberton, North Carolina from Oak Lake College after his father suffers a near-fatal stroke. While walking home from the hospital, he cuts through a vacant lot and discovers a severed ear. Jeffrey takes the ear to police detective John Williams (George Dickerson), through whom he reacquaints with the detective's daughter, Sandy (Laura Dern). She tells him details about the ear case and a suspicious woman, Dorothy Vallens (Isabella Rossellini), who may be connected to the case. Increasingly curious, Jeffrey enters Dorothy's apartment by posing as an exterminator, and while Dorothy is distracted by a man dressed in a yellow suit at her door (whom Jeffrey later refers to as the Yellow Man), Jeffrey steals her spare key.