This movie starring Helena Bonham Carter, Julian Sands and Maggie Smith was filmed at more than 7 locations. Among them Via de’ Bardi in Florence, Italy. All filming locations of A Room with a View from 1986 are listed below.
When Lucy Honeychurch and chaperon Charlotte Bartlett find themselves in Florence with rooms without views, fellow guests Mr Emerson and son George step in to remedy the situation. Meeting the Emersons could change Lucy's life forever but, once back in England, how will her experiences in Tuscany affect her marriage plans?
Helena Bonham Carter (Lucy Honeychurch), Julian Sands (George Emerson), Maggie Smith (Charlotte Bartlett), Denholm Elliott (Mr. Emerson), Daniel Day-Lewis (Cecil Vyse), Simon Callow (The Reverend Mr. Beebe), Rosemary Leach (Mrs. Honeychurch) more..., Rupert Graves (Freddy Honeychurch), Patrick Godfrey (The Reverend Mr. Eager), Judi Dench (Eleanor Lavish), Fabia Drake (Miss Catharine Alan), Joan Henley (Miss Teresa Alan), Amanda Walker (The Cockney Signora), Maria Britneva (Mrs. Vyse), Mia Fothergill (Minnie Beebe), Peter Cellier (Sir Harry Otway), Matyelok Gibbs (New Charlotte), Kitty Aldridge (New Lucy), Patricia Lawrence (Mrs Butterworth), Freddy Korner (Mr Floyd), Elizabeth Marangoni (Miss Poole), Mirio Guidelli (Santa Croce Guide), Lucca Rossi (Phaeton), Isabella Celani (Persephone), Luigi Di Fiore (Murdered Youth), Brigid Erin Bates (Maid at Windy Corner), Peter Munt (Coachman), Luca Rossi (Phaeton), Stefano Serboli (Fighting Youth), Phillada Sewell (Lady at Sir Harry's Garden Party), Margaret Ward (Lady at Sir Harry's Garden Party), James Wilby (Party Guest)
Celestia Fox (Casting), Nicky Kentish Barnes (Production Secretary), Tony Pierce-Roberts (Director of Photography), Christine Beveridge (Makeup Artist), Brian Ackland-Snow (Production Design), Humphrey Dixon (Editor), Jenny Beavan (Costume Design) more..., Gianni Quaranta (Production Design), E.M. Forster (Novel), Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (Screenplay), Ismail Merchant (Producer), Richard Robbins (Original Music Composer), Kevan Barker (Assistant Director), Ann Wingate (Production Manager), Simon Moseley (Second Assistant Director), Malachi Smyth (Assistant Art Director), Paul Bradley (Associate Producer), Luigi Riitano (Production Accountant), Brian Savegar (Art Direction), Barrie Guard (Orchestrator), Ray Beckett (Sound), Carol Hemming (Hairstylist), Anita Overland (Assistant Art Director), Elio Altamura (Art Direction), John Bright (Costume Design), Lou Bogue (Gaffer), Renée Glynne (Continuity), Paolo Mantini (Assistant Hairdresser), Philip Alton (Assistant Sound Editor), Sally Turner (Assistant Costume Designer), Sergio Serantoni (Grip), Luigi Bisioli (Gaffer), Malcolm Huse (Grip), Tom Freeman (Assistant Sound Editor), Jilly Gutteridge (Location Manager), Brenda Dabbs (Costume Supervisor), Jonathan Earp (Clapper Loader), Lisa W. Strout (Production Secretary), Glen Parsons (Best Boy Electric), Lanfranco Diotallevi (Production Manager) and others.
Curzon Film Distributors, Goldcrest, National Film Finance Corporation (NFFC), Film4 Productions
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Charlotte Bartlett is sorry she declined the offer of the Emersons to take their room, which has a view. Charlotte and Lucy discuss the matter with Reverend Mr Beebe.
** spoiler alert ** Lucy Honeychurch and George Emerson end up in Florence in Pensione Bertolini again after admitting they love each other.
Charlotte explores Florence with Eleanor and admires the statue of Ferdinando I de' Medici.
Lucy visits a church.
After Lucy witnesses a murder she faints. George carries her to a safe place in the square.
After her silly behavior, Lucy asks George for a favor.