Romeo.Juliet is a 1990 film-in-concert adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet. The motion picture is an original creation by American director, producer, writer and cinematographer Armando Acosta (also credited as Armondo Linus Acosta and Armand Acosta). With a cast of feral cats from Venice, New York City, Verona and Ghent, the dialogue is vocalized by award-winning British film and theater talent. The soundtrack features Sergei Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet ballet music.

Directed byArmando Acosta, a.k.a. Armondo Linus Acosta and Armand Acosta
Written byArmando Acosta
Koen Van Brabant
Victor Spinetti (Consultant)
Based onRomeo and Juliet
1597 play
by William Shakespeare
Produced byPaul Hespel (Exec. Prod.)
Paul Celis
Lanny Mickelson
Andree Castagnee
Armando Acosta
Greet Ooms (Assoc.)
Geert Van Deynse (Assoc.)
StarringSir John Hurt
Dame Maggie Smith
Sir Ben Kingsley
Robert Powell
Vanessa Redgrave CBE
Francesca Annis
Quentin Crisp
Victor Spinetti
John Haggart
CinematographyArmando Acosta
Edited byJan Reniers
Armando Acosta
Music byEmanuel Vardi (Original Theme) with
Armando Acosta
Distributed byMoonseed Productions; Academy of Film and the Arts
Release date
  • 1990 (1990)
Running time
130 minutes

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