Niagara, Niagara

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Niagara, Niagara
Directed by Bob Gosse
Produced by David L. Bushell
Written by Matthew Weiss
Music by Jeff Bird
Michael Timmins
Cinematography Michael Spiller
Edited by Rachel Warden
Distributed by The Shooting Gallery
Release date
Running time
93 minutes
Language English

Niagara, Niagara is a 1997 film directed by Bob Gosse, and starring Henry Thomas, Robin Tunney, as well as Michael Parks, John Ventimiglia and Stephen Lang.

A dark and tragic romantic tale about young love, drugs, a cross country trip and Tourette syndrome. Filmed locations were New Paltz, Highland and Poughkeepsie in upstate New York, as well as Niagara Falls and Canada. A film was produced by the New York City based Shooting Gallery.

The film was praised internationally, particularly in the UK, but American critics were mixed. Robin Tunney's performance garnered her the Volpi Cup Award for Best Actress at the 1997 Venice International Film Festival. The film has fallen into a cult status, due to underground popularity. It was released only on VHS, but not on DVD.


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