13 Moons by Alexandre Rockwell |Alexandre Rockwell, Steve Buscemi, Peter Dinklage, David Proval | 723952076793 | DVD | Barnes & Noble
13 Moons

13 Moons

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Director: Alexandre Rockwell

Cast: Alexandre Rockwell, Steve Buscemi, Peter Dinklage, David Proval

     
 
The director of such off-beat independent films as In the Soup, director Alexandre Rockwell once again teams with that film's star to deliver this Los Angeles-based comedy concerning superstition and intersecting lives. Things aren't looking so good for television clown Banana's (Steve Buscemi) career, and the fact that his estranged wife, Suzi (Jennifer Beals)

Overview

The director of such off-beat independent films as In the Soup, director Alexandre Rockwell once again teams with that film's star to deliver this Los Angeles-based comedy concerning superstition and intersecting lives. Things aren't looking so good for television clown Banana's (Steve Buscemi) career, and the fact that his estranged wife, Suzi (Jennifer Beals), has just been arrested for assaulting his girlfriend, Lily (Karyn Parsons), just serves to compound Banana's despair. Teaming with sidekick Binky (Peter Dinklage) to enlist the aid of bail-bondsman Mo (David Proval), Banana and Binky discover that Mo is currently negotiating the release of hip-hop mogul Lenny's (Daryl Mitchell) wife, Sandra (Rose Rollins). The hapless group soon teams to help Mo by finding a suitable kidney donor for the bail-bondsman's ailing son, and though they quickly happen across a drunk (Peter Stormare) who fits the bill, the trouble comes in keeping the prospect in the hospital. Doing their best to help Mo's son under increasingly chaotic circumstances, personal tensions flare as each character desperately tries to simultaneously battle their own inner demons.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/29/2004
UPC:
0723952076793
Original Release:
2002
Rating:
R
Source:
Monarch Mod
Sales rank:
52,360

Special Features

Behind-the-scenes special feature

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Steve Buscemi Bananas
Peter Dinklage Binky
David Proval Mo
Daryl Mitchell Lenny
Karyn Parsons Lily
Elizabeth Bracco Louise
Pruitt Taylor Vince Owen
Francesco Messina Robert
Rose Rollins Sanandra
Peter Stormare Slovo
Sam Rockwell Rick
Jennifer Beals Suzi
Gareth Williams Thad
Michael Badalucco Producer
Austin Wolff Timmy
Jason Matthew Smith Bar Cop

Technical Credits
Alexandre Rockwell Director,Producer,Screenwriter
John David Allen Editor
Brandon Cole Producer,Screenwriter
Michael Din Producer
Lynn Geller Musical Direction/Supervision
Susan Jacobs Musical Direction/Supervision
Sheila Jaffe Casting
Larry Katz Producer
Brian Kelly Score Composer
Jeff Levine Producer
Phil Parmet Cinematographer
Lisa Parmet Costumes/Costume Designer
Kevin Salem Score Composer
Andrea Sperling Producer
Chuck Voelter Production Designer
Norm Waitt Executive Producer
Georgianne Walken Casting

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Open [1:52]
2. Are You Leaving Him Too? [5:07]
3. Come With Me [6:19]
4. The Word of God [5:16]
5. We're the Lucky Ones [2:29]
6. Is This Your Son? [4:16]
7. To the Hospital [5:19]
8. Are You Ready to Get Out of Here? [4:35]
9. You See This Finger? [5:13]
10. I'm Talking to You [5:44]
11. I'm Scared to Tell Him [5:54]
12. Voices? [5:08]
13. Not Bananas Anymore [7:15]
14. Is God With Me Now? [5:09]
15. Bananas to the Rescue [10:24]
16. We Did All We Could [2:58]
17. I Don't Know [7:37]
18. Credits [3:13]

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13 Moons 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie sounds like a gimmick, what with priests, a clown, a dwarf, and a sick kid and all. But, it is actually very well directed and the actors do a great job with what turns out to be a touching, feel good story. Give this one a chance on those nights at the video store when you think you've seen everything.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is one bad movie. screenplay has so many holes. who knows what the director was thinking. with bad cinematographer that tried to act all arty. this is independent cinema at it's worst. i really hate overly negative reviews that are filled with nothing but spite but this movie was way too pretentious. and I barely made it too the end. a bunch of good actors are in this film, but that can't save it.