A Change of Place
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"A Change of Place" is a 1994 drama and romance TV film written by Jim Henshaw, Rosemary Anne Sisson, and directed by Donna Deitch .
- also known as Harlequin: Helycsere, Szerepcsere
- countries: Canada, Hungary, United States of America, Germany
- language: English Language
- producer: Peter Bray
- executive producers: Jim Henshaw & Stéphane Reichel
- production design by Csaba Stork
- written by Rosemary Anne Sisson & Jim Henshaw
- based on "A Change of Place" by Tracy Sinclair
- cinematography by Nyika Jancsó
- edited by James Lahti
- music by Brent Barkman, Carl Lenox
- costume design by Maria Hruby
- set decoration by Takács András
- genres: Romance Film, Drama
- released on (20 years ago)
- award: - Gemini Award for Best Costume Design nomination for Maria Hruby
"A Change of Place" is a book by Tracy Sinclair.
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)
is imperceptible in passing our eye from the one to the other; and we have as little difficulty to conceive a change of place, however great: in which view there is truly no difference between five acts of a modern play and five such pictures.
by William Chambers
act of transposing; a change of place or order. transposition, trans-po-zish'un, n., act of transposing or of putting one thing in place of another: State of being transposed ; a ...
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