Insignificance

1985

Nicolas Roeg
Director

A fictional night in the life of an Actress, a professor, a ballplayer and a senator - who have a passing resemblance to Marilyn Monroe, Albert Einstein, Joe Di Maggio and Joe McCarthy respectively.

The least cinematic of Roeg's films this decidedly offbeat film has some great moments i.e. Marilyn explaining relativity to Einstein to make it fascinating.



2nd August 1985
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Michael Emil
The Professor
Theresa Russell
The Actress
Tony Curtis
The Senator
Gary Busey
The Ballplayer
Will Sampson
Elevator Man
Patrick Kilpatrick
Driver
Ian O'Connell
Assistant Director
George Holmes
Actor
Mitchell Greenberg
Technician
Raynor Scheine
Autograph Hunter
Jude Ciccolella
Gaffer
Lou Hirsch
Charlie
Ray Charleson
Bud
Joel Cutrara
Bar Drunk
Raymond J. Barry
Ballplayer's Father
John Stamford
Young Ballplayer
Cassie Stuart
Young Actress
Daniel Benzali
First Theatrical Agent
R.J. Bell
Second Theatrical Agent
Shinobu Kanai
Japanese Woman

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