1. May 17,  · Directed by Maurice Phillips. With Elizabeth Perkins, Judge Reinhold, Jeffrey Jones, Maureen Mueller. Harry (Judge Reinhold) is married to a woman named Enid (Maureen Mueller) but is cheating with her sister June (Elizabeth Perkins). When Enid arrives at home she finds out and tries to kill Harry but is hit on the head by Jane, who kills her.
  2. Nov 20,  · The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San.
  3. The Big Sleep and The Picture of Dorian Gray are different mainly in that Chandler nods more explicitly to the obvious homosexual themes. In both cases, though, there is the impression of dazzling surface facility and deep unsettling knowledge — a sense of idiosyncratic and/or perverse brilliance propelled by the mechanics of the closet.
  4. To Sleep with Anger DVD (Region One Playable in North America – The US, Canada, Mexico, etc.) Full Frame. Color. Starring: Danny Glover, Paul Butler, DeVaughn Nixon, Mary Alice. African-American, independent film director, Charles Burnett's low-key drama centres on the dynamics of a black middle-class family livin.
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  6. Oct 05,  · ''To Sleep With Anger'' is his most accomplished work to date. Though small in physical scope, it is a big movie, full of big comic scenes including the uproarious sequence that ends the film.
  7. Sleeping City, an EP by Intelligence Dept.. Released in on n/a (catalog no. n/a; Cassette). Genres: Synthpop/5(55).
  8. Thus, adults and children alike live in a perpetual state of aggression, insecurity, and fear. Equally insightful is how the “bichotes,” or drug bosses, ultimately win out. Through symbolic violence, North Philly dealers believe that they must do violence to protect the bichote’s drug profits.

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