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|Also Known As:||Died:||August 3, 2004|
|Born:||Cause of Death:||death ruled a suicide|
|Birth Place:||Manhattan, New York, USA||Profession:||Editing ...|
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Editing (feature film)
A tale centering on the Chicago ballet company--the difficult daily work, the intense pressures of performance, the richly textured behaviors of the dancers--whose professional and personal lives grow impossibly close.
A story of obsession, submission, money and sexuality set in the sex industry. While riffing the porn industry, the dark tale is centered around three industry staffers: Johnny Rebel--a hot-blooded "gay for pay" porn star; Sean McInnis--the young naive kid who moves to L.A. to pursue a career in the
The interwoven stories of four suburban families who are struggling to crawl out from the isolating safety of objects. Once a promising teenaged singer-songwriter, Paul Gold lies in his bedroom in a coma, nursed by his mother, Esther, who in her caregiver role, has unintentionally distanced herself
About a romance between two women who meet in a Paris nightclub.
A gynecologist has a midlife crisis.
Road movie set in the 1970s. Follows a young man on a twisted journey from drug addiction and petty crime to a life redeemed by the discovery of compassion.
The story of the staging of Marc Blitzstein's 1937 musical "The Cradle Will Rock", which the government placed an injunction against. The actors led the audience through New York to another venue and acted in the auditorium without props or costumes, just one action during the charged Depression-era
Savannah lawyer Rick Magruder is at a party celebrating his courtroom victory defending a cop killer when a member of the catering staff, Mallory Doss, discovers her car has been stolen. Having had a few drinks, Magruder offers to give her a lift home, a decision that turns into a one night stand. R
When rumor of Michael's existence reaches the National Mirror, washed-up journalist Frank Quinlan smells a page-one scoop. True or not, it's his job to track down this alleged angel, and bring him back to Chicago in time for Christmas. But his fiesty boss won't let him go alone. He sends Quinlan on assignment with angel expert Dorothy Winters and Huey Driscoll, another jaded reporter who would have been canned years ago had he not rescued Sparky, a mongrel that has become famous as the paper's prized mascot. As the trio travels to Iowa, each believes the trip is a colossal hoax until they come face-to-feather with Michael. He smells like cookies, acts like a playboy and tosses off miracles when everyone least expects them. As Quinlan and Dorothy search for the incontrovertible proof they need not to believe in Michael, Michael sets out against all odds to get Dorothy and Quinlan to believe in each other.
In 1934, while the rest of the country was mired in the Depression, Kansas City thrived with gambling, prostitution, and jazz-filled nightclubs flourishing under the rule of city bosses and organized crime. On the eve of the municipal elections, a scrappy telegraph operator, Blondie O'Hara, has kidnapped wealthy Carolyn Stilton, a drug-addicted socialite wife married to an advisor to president Roosevelt. Blondie plans to swap Carolyn for her small-time gangster husband Johnnie who has been taken hostage by big-time gangster and club owner Seldom Seen. Robert Altman's riff on race, class, and power cross-cuts between the two kidnappings and the background of corrupt politics and virtuoso jazz music.
A collection of unconnected stories revolving around a fashion show.
Episodic narrative based on nine short stories and one poem by the late Raymond Carver, detailing the longings and thwarted lives of a disparate group of individuals in contemporary Southern California.
A rising producer tries to cover up the accidental killing of a screenwriter who was stalking him.
An affirmation of lesbian sexuality and an examination of the diversity of lesbian identity.
An elderly antique dealer's world is turned upside down when a precocious teenager steals her most prized possession.
A contemporary fable about a mildly talented young man with musical ambitions who is forced to confront some truths about himself.
An American college graduate's experience in China as an English teacher and martial arts student.
An exploration of the relationship between Vincent Van Gogh and his art dealer brother, Theo.
Three stories about life in New York City. Woody Allen's segment revolves around a lawyer having problems with his mother. Martin Scorsese's segment, based on Dostoyevsky's "The Gambler", centers on an artist's romance. Francis Coppola's segment is about a privileged daughter of separated parents who lives in New York's Sherry Netherlands Hotel.
A depiction of Christ's life including a vision of what his life might have been like had he not been crucified.
Historical drama about the coal miners' strike in Matewan, West Virginia in the 1920s.
Sound (feature film)
When successful food critic Rachel Samstat begins to fall for the charming columnist Mark Forman, she is warned that he is not capable of fidelity. But after a whirlwind courtship, they marry, and Rachel gives up her career to dedicate herself to making their marriage work. Mark is thrilled when Rachel announces that she is pregnant but becomes anxious about his new, responsible role and begins cheating on her. .
Film Production - Main (feature film)
Three separate stories about women and men trying to cope with their relationships with each other, parents and children.
A record of the making of Robert Altman's film "Short Cuts" (USA/1993), comprising interviews with Altman himself, his entire cast, various technicians on the project and Tess Gallagher, the widow and literary executor of Raymond Carver, on whose short stories "Short Cuts" is based.
Drama tracing the early artistic development of the writer Eugene O'Neill.
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