Adisoerya Abdi




Cast (Feature Film)

Lady Dragon 2 (1993)

Life Events


Movie Clip

World Apart, A (1988) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Be Cheerful Opening sequence featuring Barbara Hershey, Jeroen Krabbe and young Jodhi May (as "Molly") who, as Shawn Slovo, grew up to write the autobiographical screenplay, from director Chris Menges' A World Apart, 1988.
Living Daylights, The (1987) -- (Movie Clip) The Sniper Was A Woman Shooting around the Volksoper in Vienna, standing in for the Bratislava Opera House, Bond (Timothy Dalton) has been assigned to support the apparently fussy Saunders (Thomas Wheatley) executing the defection of a top Soviet general (Jeroen Krabbé), Maryam D’Abo the cellist and sniper opposing, early in The Living Daylights, 1987.
Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) A Sumptuous Feast The first appearance of the dreamy father Harihar (Kanu Banerjee), waxing almost irrational for wife Sarbajaya (Karuna Banerjee), young Durga (Runki Banerjee) about as the old aunt (Chunibala Devi) rocks newborn Apu, in Satyajit Ray's celebrated Pather Panchali, 1955.
Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Fruit Has No Name On It The neighbor Mrs Mukherji (Reva Devi) and daughter (Rama Gangopadhaya) visit to accuse sister Durga (Uma Das Gupta) of stealing a necklace, also fruit, which is an issue dating back years, confronting mother (Karuna Banerji), as Apu (Subir Banerji) and auntie (Chunibala Devi) observe, in Satyajit Ray’s Pather Panchali, 1955.
Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Song Of The Little Road The opening and credits, citing the original novel by Bibhutibhusan (Banerjee) Bandyopadhyay, from director Satyajit Ray’s landmark first feature, Pather Panchali, 1955, after almost four years in production, beginning what became the “Apu Trilogy.”
Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Have You Ever Seen A Train? Apu (Subir Banerjee) is more grown up, his father (Kanu Banerjee) still philosophical, as the mother (Karuna Banerjee) tends to now adolescent Durga (Uma Das Gupta), the old aunt (Chunibala Devi) still with them, in Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali, 1955.
Prince Of Tides, The (1991) -- (Movie Clip) I Wish She Was Cynical In from South Carolina, summoned by psychiatrist Dr. Lowenstein (Barbra Streisand, also the director) to help care for his suicidal poet sister, Nick Nolte as football coach and English teacher Tom Wingo almost recognizes Jeoren Krabbe whom, we will learn, plays a world famous violinist, before their first session, in The Prince Of Tides, 1991.
Deer Hunter, The (1978) -- (Movie Clip) Blessed Is The Kingdom From director Michael Cimino’s much-praised Russian-Orthodox wedding sequence, shot in a Cleveland church, Christopher Walken and Meryl Streep in immediate support of John Savage and Rutanya Alda, Robert De Niro, John Cazale, George Dzundza et al attending, from The Deer Hunter, 1978.
Deer Hunter, The (1978) -- (Movie Clip) This Is This After the wedding and before Viet Nam, Michael Cimino shooting his Pennsylvania steel-workers’ last hunting trip in the Washington Cascades, John Cazale as profane Stanley, Robert De Niro as Mike, Christopher Walken as conciliating Nick, with Chuck Aspegren, George Dzundza, in The Deer Hunter, 1979.
White Hunter Black Heart -- (Movie Clip) The Dangerous Life At a Hollywood club, big names gather before shooting for the thinly-veiled The African Queen, George Dzundza modeled on producer Sam Spiegel, Clint Eastwood (also directing) on John Huston, Jeff Fahey on writer Peter Viertel, Marisa Berenson on Hepburn, Richard Vanstone and Jamie Koss on Bogart and Bacall, in White Hunter Black Heart, 1990.
Naturally Native -- (Movie Clip) This Might Work Big sister Vicky (Valerie Red-Horse) shows her herb garden to sisters Tanya (Irene Bedard) and biz-school grad Karen (Kimberly Norris Guerrero), sparking an idea and a shower, in Naturally Native, 1999.
Naturally Native -- (Movie Clip) It's Time Opening with a vignette of the adoption of three sisters, Natually Native, 1999, directed by Jennifer Wynn Farmer and co-star Valerie Red-Horse, with Irene Bedard and Kimberly Norris Gurerro.