Hotel Paradise (1995 film)

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Hotel Paradise is a 1995 29min short film by director Nicolas Roeg and writer Michael Allin starring Theresa Russell, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Jimmy Batten. It was presented at the Montreal World Film Festival as part of trilogy with Sweeties by Cinzia Th. Torrini in Italian, and Devilish Education by Janusz Maiewski in Polish.[1][2][3][4][5]

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  1. ^ The Hollywood Reporter 1995 Page 119 "It comprises another film by Roeg, as well as efforts by little-known directors Cynzia Th Torrini (Italy) and Janusz Majewski (Poland). The trilogy recently unspooled at the Montreal World Film Festival. "Hotel Paradise," Roeg's contribution, ..."
  2. ^ Kino - Issues 58-70 1995 London: Nicolas Roeg's HOTEL PARADISE with Theresa Russell (photo courtesy "Outback" & Regina Ziegler Filmproduktion) Erotic Tales: First Series - After 50 Festivals Congratulates Dorothea and Ronald Holloway on 15 years and 58.
  3. ^ Robert Shail - British Film Directors: A Critical Guide - Page 186 0809328321 2007 After contributing a section to the portmanteau opera film Aria (1987), Roeg shifted more into the mainstream with Castaway ... Other than the bizarre, erotic short film Hotel Paradise (1995), most of his subsequent work has been for American ...
  4. ^ Geoff Mayer - Guide to British Cinema - Page 325 031330307X 2003 Hotel Paradise (1995)
  5. ^ New York - Volume 34, Issues 26-33 - Page 62 2001 Directors such as Ken Russell (Altered States), Bob Rafelson (.The Postman Always Rings Twice), and Nicolas Roeg, whose Hotel Paradise stars Vincent D'Onofrio and Theresa Russell (pictured), each contributed 30-minute films for German ...