Eternity (1990 film)

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Eternity
Directed by Steven Paul
Produced by Steven Paul
Written by Jon Voight
Steven Paul
Dorothy Koster Paul
Starring Jon Voight
Armand Assante
Eileen Davidson
Wilford Brimley
Kaye Ballard
Joey Villa
Music by Michel Legrand
Cinematography John Lambert
Edited by Michael J. Sheridan
Peter Zinner
Distributed by Paul Entertainment
Release dates
1990
Running time
110 mins.
Country United States
Language English

Eternity is a 1990 American drama film directed by Steven Paul and written by Jon Voight with Paul and his mother Dorothy Koster Paul. The theme of the movie is reincarnation.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

Voight wars with his brother, played by Armand Assante, over a medieval kingdom. He wakes up and sees everyone in his real life as being reincarnations of the people in his dream. Assante is now an industrialist out to control the media and the US presidency. He attempts to buy out Voight's TV show to silence him.[1]

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Julian Brown, ed. Variety Science-Fiction Movies: Illustrated Reviews of the Classic Films, p41. Hamlyn, London, 1992. ISBN 0-600-57488-1

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