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Insignificance (1985)

ID: 16335
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Starring: Gary BuseyTony CurtisMichael EmilTheresa RussellWill Sampson
Director: Nicolas Roeg
Category: Cult Independent
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Video: Standard1.33:1Color
Audio: ENGLISH:DolbyDigitalSurround[CC]
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Length: 110 mins
Release Date: 2003-02-18
Rental: $ 4.00
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Brains and beauty meet in one wildly explosive night.

When Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein meet one sweltering night in New York City in 1953, the result is an evening of mistaken identities and marital misgivings.

Gary Busey, Theresa Russell and Tony Curtis star in this turbulent comedy of secrets and lies from which no one emerges unscathed.



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