The most talked about, written about, controversial movie of the year.
From Adrian Lyne, the director of `9 And A Half Weeks` and `Fatal Attraction`, comes this powerful, provocative and profoundly moving adaptation of a twentieth century literary masterpiece. When schoolteacher Hubert marries his landlady, Charlotte Haze, it`s purely to get close to her daughter Lolita, who reminds him of the childhood sweetheart he lost in tragic circumstances. But Humbert`s forbidden love becomes an obsession that threatens to engulf them both and change their live irrevocably. With a sumptuous score from Ennio Morricone (`The Mission`) and a stunning center performance from Dominique Swain (`Face/Off`), this classic loss of innocence has never before been so faithfully brought to the screen with every beguiling, disturbing and haunting moment intact.
Dolores 'Lolita' Haze
Pat Pierre Perkins
Louise (as Pat P. Perkins)
Young Humbert Humbert
Emma Griffiths Malin
Annabel Lee (as Emma Griffiths-Malin)
Young Humbert's Father
Little Girl in Bunny Suit
Scott Brian Higgs
Policeman (accident) (as Scot Brian Higgs)
Hudson Lee Long
Nurse at Hospital
Donnie Boswell Sr.
Taxi Driver (as 'Donnie Boswell Sr.')
Solo Singer / Piano Player
Gas Station Attendant (scenes deleted)
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Car Hop (uncredited)
Private School Guide (uncredited)
Boy in Red Sweater (uncredited)
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