Directed Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey's video "When You Believe"
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[After Heaven's Prisoners
(1996)], I felt that, personally, I had more energy than my films. While the pace of State of Grace
(1990) was appropriate for that story, I felt that Final Analysis
(1992) and Heaven's Prisoners
(1996) were both too slowly paced. It seemed like I was becoming bogged down in too heavy and ponderous a style. I really wanted to do something that had energy and cinematic, ...
As "Final Analysis" and "Heaven's Prisoners" proved to be critical and financial disappointments, Spielberg and Bono of U2 (separately) encouraged Joanou to "write something personal" and "from the heart", resulting in the extensively autobiographical "Entropy". Virtually every detail is based on the director's real life: just as portrayed in the film, the director had a lengthy relationship with...