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Being Human
Directed by:
Bill Forsyth

Released on May 06 of 1994 in the USA, "Being Human" (also known as "Cinque vite di Hector, Le", "Wer hat meine Familie geklaut?") is a Comedy/Fantasy/Drama film directed by Bill Forsyth . Robin Williams and Maudie Johnson are starring, alongside Max Johnson, Robert Carlyle, Eoin McCarthy and Irvine Allen.

From the dawn of time man has struggled for just four things: Food. Safety. Someone to love. And a pair of shoes that fit.

Who directed "Being Human":

Being Human was directed by Bill Forsyth, a Scottish director, writer, and producer.

Before directing Being Human, Bill Forsyth had directed Breaking In, released in 1989, Housekeeping (1987), Comfort and Joy (1984), Local Hero (1983), Gregory's Girl (1981), and That Sinking Feeling (1980). Since, he directed .

What was the release date of "Being Human":

Being Human was initally released in the United States on Friday, May 06, 1994. Other films released on Friday, May 06, 1994 are Reckless Kelly (dir. Yahoo Serious), Clean Slate (dir. Mick Jackson), Dream Lover (dir. Nicholas Kazan), and Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (dir. Don Coscarelli). This was twenty-five (25) years ago.

Who is at the casting of "Being Human":

At the casting of Being Human we find Robin Williams, previously seen in FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992) and Hook (1991); Maudie Johnson, Max Johnson () [ more... ]

  • Seamus Gubbins and Kelly Hunter also appeared together in Look Me in the Eye, released in 1994.
  • John Turturro and Kelly Hunter also appeared together in The Luzhin Defence, released in 2000.
  • Robert Carlyle and Tony Curran also appeared together in Go Now, released in 1995.

What is the Storyline of "Being Human":

The film portrays the experience of a single human soul, portrayed by Williams, through various incarnations. Williams is the only common actor throughout the stories that span man's history on Earth.

An attempt on director-screenwriter Bill Forsyth's part to depict by visual means the ordinariness of life throughout the ages, Being Human is deliberately slow in its pace in order to emphasize how slow life often is. The structure is one of vignette-like character studies of one man (actually [...]

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