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"A Matter of Life and Death" is a romantic fantasy film created by the British writing-directing-producing team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, and set in England during the Second World War. It stars David Niven, Roger Livesey, Raymond Massey, Kim Hunter and Marius Goring.
- also known as Stairway to Heaven, Irrtum im Jenseits
- countries: United Kingdom, England
- languages: English Language, French
- directors: Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger
- producers: Emeric Pressburger & Michael Powell
- production design by Alfred Junge
- written by Emeric Pressburger & Michael Powell
- cinematography by Jack Cardiff
- edited by Reginald Mills
- music by Allan Gray
- genres: Fantasy, Romance Film, War film, Drama
- subjects: World War II, Aviation
- tagline: The Greatest Adventure a Man Ever Lived!
- rating: PG (USA)
- released in (70 years ago)
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- "A Matter of Life and Death" is a song written by Steve Rinaldi and released by Rinaldi Sings on the 2005 album What's It All About? (Tangerine Records). The song was inspired by the film A Matter of Life and Death, a 1946 film starring David Niven and Kim Hunter (released as Stairway to Heaven in the US). The song features a sample of actress Kim Hunter's voice, taken from the film and used shortly before the end of the song.
A Matter of Life and Death is 1986 theatre production of the play by Rosalyn Drexler.
- award: - Obie Award for Performance, received by Tom Cayler
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