An undercover cop is in danger as he tries to bring down the crew of smugglers he’s been on the inside of on last night’s Person of Interest. The show used this and Det. Fusco’s current situation to examine how truly capable of living on both sides of the law someone can be once they’ve walked in the dark. As Reese immersed himself into the same crew to keep Michael Cahill aka Officer Daniel Tully safe from harm, we were also given a few more glimpses into Reese’s own past during his time with the CIA. This meant the return of both Agent Stanton, Reese’s former partner, and of Agent Snow the man who tried to gun down Reese earlier in the season.
During the flashback to 2008, it plays out like your typical CIA drama. People in a
A strange, gloomy, moderately acted damp squib of a movie. It's a low-key high-concept indie sci-fi – a little like Lars von Trier's Melancholia but without the master's twinkly eyed chutzpah. First-time feature director Mike Cahill has undoubtedly got hold of a reasonable idea to start off with. Right out of the blue, one day, a new planet appears really close to Earth. It looks exactly like Earth: same-shaped continents and oceans, and when our scientists make contact, it becomes worryingly apparent there is an exact double of everyone down here, up there, on the planet they're calling "Earth 2". (But as someone points out, that's not what they call themselves; they call us "Earth 2".) Co-screenwriter Brit Marling takes the lead acting role as Rhoda, who
"As Delphine, the lonely but defiant Paris secretary at the center of Le Rayon Vert, Marie Rivière creates an emotionally rich portrait of a young woman disappointed in love who transfers her energies into an anxious quest for the ideal summer vacation.
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I thought the list was really cool and can’t wait to see where some
The episode starts with a flashback of Annie and Ben on the beach happy, then we see Annie fighting with that Russian assassin, his hands around her neck --Cut to Annie jumping out of her sleep. She went from a sweet dream to a nightmare.
That morning her sister wants her to sign papers that in case something happened to her would make Annie the guardian of her kids. Annie says she'll think about it.
The only thing known about the film’s plot at this stage is that Green’s character will encounter a family of serial killers while she’s looking for the father she’s never met.
Stephen McHattie, Barbara Niven and Peter Mooney recently boarded the project and will play the members of the murderous family.
Lee De Marbre is directing a script by Sean Hogan and Christine Conradt. “Summer” is the film’s current working title and may change at a later stage.
Green recently appeared in Mike Cahill’s “King of California.” She will next be seen as Alice Cullen in Catherine Hardwicke’s “Twilight.”
McHattie’s acting credits include “A History of Violence,” “300” and Zach Snyder’s upcoming “Watchmen.” Niven is known for TV’s “Pensacola” Wings of Gold,
- If you want to make your first film and need production money consider product placement or in this case – shooting your film in locations that Americans have made famous worldwide. The film which was featured at the Sundance film festival will also be shown at the Toronto film festival – a selection that so far has not been announced. First Look Pictures first picked up King of California during the Sundance film fest – I had noticed character posters for Evan Rachel WoodEvan Rachel Wood
- As part of a serious refocus in acquistions, the folks at First Look picked up one more Sundance selection. Mike CahillMichael Cahill
- Quick Links Complete Film Listing: Dramatic Comp Documentary Comp World Dramatic Comp World Documentary Comp Spectrum Park City at Midnight: New Frontier Short Film Programs January 18 to 28, 2007 Counting Down: updateCountdownClock('January 18, 2007'); This year’s premiere selections give a couple of hot titles for the buyer’s market, satisfies a pair of indie distributors in Paramount Vantage and Lionsgate and rolls out the carpet for actor and director Sundance alumni. Paramount Vantage will showcase Craig BrewerCraig Brewer
- Here is the complete listing for this year's Sundance film festival which kicks off tomorrow!January 18 to 28, 2007 Counting Down: updateCountdownClock('January 18, 2007'); Premiere's section lineup:An American Crime (2007)An American Crime
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