Shadows and Fog

Shadows and Fog

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Cast: Mia Farrow, John Malkovich, Kathy Bates

     
 

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Join an all-star cast in Woody Allen's classic comedy, arriving on DVD courtesy of MGM/UA Home Video. Presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen and featuring multiple audio options including closed-captioned English Dolby Digital Mono, Spanish Dolby Digital Mono and French Dolby Digital Mono, this release also offers optional Spanish and French subtitles. Extra

Overview

Join an all-star cast in Woody Allen's classic comedy, arriving on DVD courtesy of MGM/UA Home Video. Presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen and featuring multiple audio options including closed-captioned English Dolby Digital Mono, Spanish Dolby Digital Mono and French Dolby Digital Mono, this release also offers optional Spanish and French subtitles. Extra features include a collectible booklet and a theatrical trailer.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/05/2001
UPC:
0027616854728
Original Release:
1991
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Mgm (Video & Dvd)
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[B&W, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, monaural]
Time:
1:25:00

Special Features

Collectible booklet; Original theatrical trailer; English: mono; French: mono; Spanish: mono; French & Spanish subtitles

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Woody Allen Kleinman
Mia Farrow Irmy
John Malkovich Clown
Kathy Bates Prostitute
Madonna Marie
Donald Pleasence Doctor
Lily Tomlin Prostitute
Jodie Foster Prostitute
John Cusack Student Jack
Kate Nelligan Eva
Fred Gwynne Hacker's Follower
Julie Kavner Alma
Kenneth Mars Magician
David Ogden Stiers Hacker
Philip Bosco Mr. Paulsen
Josef Sommer Priest
Kurtwood Smith Vogel's Follower
Robert Joy Spiro's Assistant
Wallace Shawn Simon Carr
Eszter Balint Woman with Baby
Rebecca McRobbie Baby
David Strathairn Actor
Juliet Taylor Actor
Ron Weyand Vigilante with Spiro
Michael Kirby Killer
James Rebhorn Vigilante
Victor Argo Vigilante
Daniel Von Bargen Vigilante
Camille Saviola Landlady
Tim Loomis Dwarf
Katy Dierlam Fat Lady
Dennis Vestunis Strongman
Anne Lange Prostitute
Andrew Mark Berman Student
Paul Anthony Stewart Student
Thomas Bolster Student
Fred Melamed Undesirables Onlooker
Greg Stebner Police Chief
Peter Appel Cop at Police Station
John C. Reilly Cop at Police Station
Brian Smiar Cop at Police Station
Michael P. Troy Cop at Police Station
Remak Ramsay Cop at Police Station
Ron Turek Cop at Police Station
Peter McRobbie Bartender
Ira Wheeler Cop with Priest
Robert Silver Hacker's Follower
Charles Cragin Spiro
William H. Macy Cop with Spiro
Tom Riis Farrell Vigilante with Spiro
Richard Riehle Roustabout
Max Robinson Roustabout

Technical Credits
Woody Allen Director,Screenwriter
Robert Greenhut Producer
Joseph Hartwick Co-producer,Production Manager
Speed Hopkins Art Director
Jack Rollins Executive Producer
Charles H. Joffe Executive Producer
Jeffrey Kurland Costumes/Costume Designer
Santo Loquasto Production Designer
Amy Marshall Set Decoration/Design
Bernadette Mazur Makeup
Dick Mingalone Camera Operator
Susan E. Morse Editor
Carlo Di Palma Cinematographer
Thomas A. Reilly Associate Producer
Helen Robin Co-producer
James J. Sabat Sound/Sound Designer
Juliet Taylor Casting

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selection
1. Title/Credits/Plan [1:55]
2. Circus Folks [5:35]
3. The Nature Of Evil [:38]
4. Hard Bargain [5:47]
5. Dead Doctor [2:55]
6. Paths Cross [1:20]
7. Setting A Trap [6:07]
8. Love & Lust [2:37]
9. Alms For The Poor [3:20]
10. Perfect Moment [3:20]
11. Sniffed Out [2:56]
12. Broken Homes [4:21]
13. Divine Matters [3:16]
14. Seek, Save & Capture [3:55]
15. New Opportunity [4:02]
16. End Credits [4:04]

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Shadows and Fog 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This unusual departure for Woody Allen is one of my favorite movies. A convoluted plot is made hilarious by Allen, John Malkovich, Lily Tomlin and Kathy Bates. Lily Tomlin's character offers a brilliant and succinct philosophy of love which (I won't spoil it by quoting) is worth the price of the movie alone. This is one of Allen's most stylish and quirky works. Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago