In Oranges, a children's soccer team is the common link for a multi-layered story giving a candid look into the intersecting lives of five families living in Los Angeles. Oranges examines ... See full summary »
In Oranges, a children's soccer team is the common link for a multi-layered story giving a candid look into the intersecting lives of five families living in Los Angeles. Oranges examines the complexities of racial and class divisions, and reveals that despite the fragile volatility of human relationships, family is what holds us together and unites us all. Written by
Tom Sizemore is a versatile actor who in his film career as an actor has participated in many famous films among which the drama of Natural Born Killers by Oliver Stone 1994, Michael Mann's Heat Challenge in 1995,the award-winning war film Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg in 1998, and finally the war film Black Hawk Down by Ridley Scott in 2002. Then his star has dimmed a bit since the many turbulent events of his private life with various stops that relegated him to roles in low-budget films. This is one of many low-budget film that sees him as a performer this time to star alongside a cast of famous actors and established. It 'a drama film cheap enough well shot, even though the plot is not very original to say the truth; the director is the filmmaker sirian Joseph Merhi who directed many action films in the 80/90 years; in the cast is also the comedian Tom Arnold, Heather Locklear, Jill Hennessy, and Beverly D'Angelo in one of his few non-comedic roles. Maybe it is the strength of the cast of the film. Trivia: The film was shot in Los Angeles.
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