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Curtis Wilcox <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 29 Oct 1994 00:09:02 -0900
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>in regard to rick douglas' question on tarantino's future projects:
>he is currently working on a four part film called, what else? "FOUR ROOMS"
>about four rooms of a hotel. each room is directed by a different
>individual. the other three directors are, i believe, allison anders,
>rodriguez (i'm not sure if that's the correct spelling, he's the director
>of el mariachi) and someone else whose name slips my mind at the moment.
>denis hennelly
Is the fourth Nick Gomez, director of Laws of Gravity? I don't know why I
have his name connected to it, it might be a blood flow problem in my
BTW, I strongly recommend _Laws of Gravity_. It stars the man who played
Zed in Pulp Fiction, Peter Greene (I think that's his name). I've been
surprised recently by seeing him in a couple of Hollywood picts. He's one
of Dennis Leary's flunkies in Judgement Night (not as bad as I was
expecting but still not as good as the soundtrack!) and he's the villain in
The Mask. It's funny/sad to think that he probably made more money from
Judgement Night than from Laws of Gravity.
LoG also features Edie Falco, someone you may recognize if you're a Hal
Hartley fan like me :)
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