"Insignificance" (also known as "Signora in bianco, La", "Insignificance - Die verflixte Nacht") is a Drama/Comedy film directed by Nicolas Roeg, released in the USA on August 02 of 1985 , starring Michael Emil, Theresa Russell, Tony Curtis, Gary Busey, Will Sampson and Patrick Kilpatrick.
The object of every man's fantasy and the greatest mind of the century are about to meet.
Who directed "Insignificance":
Insignificance was directed by Nicolas Roeg, an English cinematographer, director, and writer.
Before directing Insignificance, Nicolas Roeg had directed Eureka, released in 1984, Bad Timing (1980), The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976), Don't Look Now (1973), Walkabout (1971), and Performance (1970). Since, he directed Track 29, released in 1988, The Witches (1990), Puffball (2007).
What was the release date of "Insignificance":
Insignificance was initially released on Friday, August 02, 1985, in the United States. Also released on this day were Fright Night (dir. Tom Holland), Phenomena (dir. Dario Argento), and Fright Night (dir. Tom Holland). This was thirty-three (33) years ago.
It has been released on Thursday, October 24, 1985 in Germany.
What is the casting of "Insignificance":
At the casting of Insignificance we find Michael Emil, previously seen in Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? (1983) and Sitting Ducks (1980); Theresa Russell (The Razor's Edge (1984), Eureka (1984)); Tony Curtis (Where Is Parsifal? (1983), The Mirror Crack'd (1980)) [ more... ]
- Theresa Russell and Gary Busey also worked together in Straight Time, released in 1978.
- Tony Curtis and Theresa Russell also worked together in The Last Tycoon, released in 1976.
- Patrick Kilpatrick and Gary Busey can both be seen in Chasing Ghosts, released in 2005.
- Raynor Scheine and Mitchell Greenberg also appeared together in The Jimmy Show, released in 2001.
What is the Storyline of "Insignificance":
The film opens on a crowded New York City street where people have gathered to watch a film crew shoot a sequence which becomes recognizable as the iconic shot of Marilyn Monroe in a white dress standing on a grate while the rush of wind caused by a huge fan to imitate the subway going by below blows her skirt up around her waist. The Actress' husband, The Ballplayer, watches with obvious discomfort as she is ogled. The Actress, rather than join him afterwards, disappears in a taxi, leaving him behind. She [...]
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