Mr. Jones 1993

Mr. Jones

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Charismatic Mr. Jones (Richard Gere) lives impulsively, endangering himself for momentary highs. After withdrawing his life savings, Jones disrupts a symphony concert by trying to take away the baton from the conductor, and then finds himself institutionalized. Dr. Libbie Bowen (Lena Olin) realizes Jones is bipolar, but he refuses to consider medication until depression hits him. Despite her better professional judgment, Bowen begins an affair with Jones as she tries to treat him.

Cast

Richard Gere
as Mr. Jones
Lena Olin
as Dr. Elizabeth 'Libbie' Bowen
Anne Bancroft
as Dr. Holland
Tom Irwin
as Patrick
Lauren Tom
as Amanda
Thomas Kopache
as Mr. Wilson
Peter Jurasik
as Dr. Rosen
Annie McEnroe
as Crying Woman
Lucinda Jenney
as Christine
Taylor Negron
as Motorcycle Man
Bill Pullman
as Construction Site Foreman
Leon Singer
as Hot Dog Vendor
Anna Maria Horsford
as Judge Harris
Epatha Harris
as Daughter
Anne Lange
as Therapist
Joyce Guy
as Nurse
Sal Lopez
as Henry
Barry Neikrug
as Piano Salesman
Thomas Mikal Ford
as Arnie/Violent Patient
Deryn Warren
as Saleswoman
Dinah Lenney
as Registrar
Laura O'Loughlin
as Young Girl
Marguerite Pini
as Girlfriend
Peter Vogt
as Bank Supervisor
Darren Warren
as Saleswoman
David Brisbin
as Mr. Warner
Dana Lee
as Mr. Chang
Irene Tsu
as Mrs. Chang
Kathy Kinney
as Homeless Lady
Maury Efrems
as Crying Man
John Durbin
as Patient
Roman Cisneros
as Public Defender
Donald Barra
as Orchestra Conductor
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Audience Reviews for Mr. Jones

  • Sep 23, 2011
    Mr. Jones is a 1993 romantic drama film starring Richard Gere, Lena Olin, Anne Bancroft, Tom Irwin and Delroy Lindo, and directed by Mike Figgis. Mr. Jones (Gere) is a man suffering from bipolar disorder, a disease that affords him periods of intense emotional pleasure and expansiveness but which also results in periods of suicidal depression. Libbie (Olin), a doctor at a psychiatric hospital, takes an interest in his condition, and also in him. The film was released to mixed reviews; movie historian Leonard Maltin remarked that "Gere is fine, but his onscreen behavior turns this into The Jester of Tides." Indeed, Gere received praise for his performance as the troubled title character. Many critics noted that the film would've been better if the romance plot was left out, since it appeared forced and contrived.
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