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Insignificance (1985)

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Director:

Nicholas Roeg

Starring:

Theresa Russell, Michael Emil, Tony Curtis, Gary Busey

Genres:

Comedy, UK Premier, Indie-Arthouse Cinema, Drama

Origin:

United Kingdom

Certificate:

M

Languages:

English

Running Time:

110 min

Insignificance

synopsis


A New York night in 1953. Fans crowd the sidewalks and the famous hide out in bars. Four 20th Century icons, Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, Joe Dimaggio and Senator Joseph McCarthy are dropped into a melting pot of the sexual and the cerebral. The group is forced into conversation and each of them learns they have more in common with the others than they originally thought. Accepted notions are reversed. Marilyn demonstrates the Theory of Relativity. Albert Einstein shows off his legs and the Senator’s sweaty impotenence is shoved up against a ballplayer’s psychotic tenderness. But locked inside them all are other things. Memories. Childhood and compromise. Bubblegum heroes and profound fears. Hiroshima nudges against New York. 1953 slides into 1985.

 
 

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