Eminent Domain (film)

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Eminent Domain
Eminent Domain (movie poster).jpg
Original theatrical poster
Directed by John Irvin
Produced by Véra Belmont
Written by Andrzej Krakowski(story) Andrzej Krakowski
Richard Greggson (screenplay)
Starring Donald Sutherland
Anne Archer
Paul Freeman
Music by Zbigniew Preisner
Cinematography Witold Adamek
Edited by Peter Tanner
Distributed by Triumph Releasing
Europe Image Distribution
Release date
1990
Running time
106 minutes
Country France
Canada
Poland
Language English

Eminent Domain is a film released in 1990. It stars Donald Sutherland and Anne Archer and is directed by John Irvin.

The film is based on the true story of a senior member of the Polish Politburo (played by Donald Sutherland) and his wife (played by Anne Archer) who are both abruptly banished from the party. While they struggle to figure out why, having unusual encounters with people they do not know in the process, things start to take a darker turn when the wife is sent to a mental asylum and their 15-year-old daughter is kidnapped.

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The movie was filmed on location in Gdańsk and Warsaw. According to film publicity, the movie was based on actual occurrences. [1]

The movie grossed $151,098 in a limited U.S. theatrical release.

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