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Birth Place: Profession: Visual Effects ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Visual Effects (feature film)

1.
The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) as Special Effects Coordinator
A con artist infiltrates a playboy's glamorous life.
2.
In Love and War (1996) as Special Effects Technician (Italy)
The true story behind Ernest Hemingway's classic World War I novel "A Farewell to Arms" explores the romance that develops after an 18 year-old Hemingway is nursed back to health by Red Cross nurse Agnes Von Kurowsky following an injury on the battlefield. Partially based on Kurowsky's diaries, the summer of 1918 becomes a time that forever changes both of their lives.
3.
Francesco (1989) as Special Effects
The story of Saint Francis of Assisi.
4.
Adventures of Baron Munchausen, The (1989) as Special Effects Technician (Italy)
A comedic look at the life of Baron Munchausen.
5.
Name of the Rose, The (1986) as Special Effects Technician
A progressive monk solves a mysterious death in a monastery with the help of his young novice.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

6.
English Patient, The (1996)
Set in North Africa and Italy during the late 1930's and early '40's, "The English Patient" is an epic drama of two haunting love stories that unfolds against a background of international upheaval. Through the prism of war, and of love and friendship, various themes -- of fidelity, adultery, nationality and betrayals -- are dramatized and explored. The story, based on Michael Ondaatje's Booker Prize-winning novel, is told elliptically, through the histories of four characters who find themselves in a ruined monastery in Italy at the end of World War II. Slowly they reveal themselves and, in the process, the true identity of the English patient -- the unknown survivor of a plane shot down over the Sahara who lies dying in the monastery -- is made clear. Passion fires these stories, whether it is the raw passion between lovers, or the compulsive passion which drives men to explore remote and inhospitable regions, or to pursue across time and countries those they think have wronged them.
7.
English Patient, The (1996)
Set in North Africa and Italy during the late 1930's and early '40's, "The English Patient" is an epic drama of two haunting love stories that unfolds against a background of international upheaval. Through the prism of war, and of love and friendship, various themes -- of fidelity, adultery, nationality and betrayals -- are dramatized and explored. The story, based on Michael Ondaatje's Booker Prize-winning novel, is told elliptically, through the histories of four characters who find themselves in a ruined monastery in Italy at the end of World War II. Slowly they reveal themselves and, in the process, the true identity of the English patient -- the unknown survivor of a plane shot down over the Sahara who lies dying in the monastery -- is made clear. Passion fires these stories, whether it is the raw passion between lovers, or the compulsive passion which drives men to explore remote and inhospitable regions, or to pursue across time and countries those they think have wronged them.

Film Production - Main (special)

8.
Pavarotti and The Italian Tenor (1992) as Grip
Opera superstar Luciano Pavarotti discusses his favorite tenors of the past and sings works he rarely performs.

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