The Zone: Directed by Joe Swanberg. With Sophia Takal, Lawrence Michael Levine, Kate Lyn Sheil, Kentucker Audley. A mysterious visitor spends the night at an apartment belonging to a young engaged couple and their friend.
- Joe Swanberg
- Not Rated
The movie directors, Alessandro Tesei and Pierpaolo Mittica, joined a group of them and went illegally in Chernobyl exclusion zone, filming one of the most incredible and adventurous trip ever made. The film is produced by the independent italian movie production company Subwaylab.
The Zone. A mysterious visitor (Kentucker Audley) spends the night at an apartment belonging to a young engaged couple (Sophia Takal and Lawrence Michael Levine) and their friend (Kate Lyn Sheil.) Over the course of the night and the following day he sleeps with all three roommates and then disappears, leading to conversations about God, life ...
Movie Info. Living in La Zona, a gated community in Mexico City, Alejandro (Daniel Tovar) has little idea of what goes on outside his isolated, privileged life. However, he soon catches a glimpse ...
The Zone 2011 - A mysterious visitor spends the night at an apartment belonging to a young engaged couple and their friend.Director: Joe SwanbergWriter: Jo...
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The Dead Zone is a 1983 American science fiction thriller film directed by David Cronenberg. The screenplay, by Jeffrey Boam , is based on the 1979 novel of the same name by Stephen King . The film stars Christopher Walken , Brooke Adams , Tom Skerritt , Herbert Lom , Martin Sheen , Anthony Zerbe and Colleen Dewhurst .
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Green Zone is seen as a political film, portraying the CIA in Iraq as the good guys while the Pentagon, more generally, the White House, as the bad guys. Film critic A. O. Scott wrote in the New York Times that "the inevitable huffing and puffing about this movie's supposedly left-wing or ' anti-American ' agenda has already begun".