Green Card


Watch Green Card (1990)

The American Brontë Parrish and the Frenchman Georges Fauré enter into a marriage of convenience in New York. They only meet on the day of the civil wedding, presented by their mutual friend Anton, who organized the relationship. Brontë and Georges expect that they will never see each other again until they divorce and get what they want from the marriage. The reason why Georges wants to get married: he, the aspiring composer who has been living in the United States for five months, has extended his tourist visa for a long time and wants to be a permanent resident to get a green card by marrying an American who marries it Problem will solve. The reason why Brontë wants to get married: she, the gardener, has to get married to become a new tenant of her dream apartment. There is a greenhouse with a collection of exotic but currently neglected plants and a large terrace where she can grow plants for her research. Your plans were looped ...... Show more

This is really high class movie and I really love it. I really recommend to see and put Green Card on the list of the best films, because Green Card certainly deserve it. Peter Weir has several directorial successes. You just have to watch Green Card. Special effects, action and characters give this high rating. Green Card appeared on the screenings in 1990 and immediately became one of the most moving cinematic films of recent years. It's a movie for everyone, I'm sure you'll like it after watching.

Directors: Peter Weir
Release: 1990
Duration: 107 min
IMDb Rating: 6.2