Insignificance | 1985

Drama, Adaptation
One summer night in New York in 1953, a senator, a starlet and her baseball-star husband end up in the hotel room of a physics professor. They discuss sex, power, politics, physics, the atom bomb and their troubled ...more

Cast

... Ballplayer

Actor

... Senator

Actor

... Professor

Actor

... Actress

Actor

... Elevator Attendant

Actor

... Driver

Actor

... Assistant Director

Actor

... Actor

Actor

... Photography Director

Actor

... Technician

Actor

... Autograph Hunter

Actor

... Gaffer

Actor

Writers

Screenplay

Play as Source Material

Company

General Screen Enterprises

Production Company

Production Company

Zenith Productions

Production Company

Synopsis

One summer night in New York in 1953, a senator, a starlet and her baseball-star husband end up in the hotel room of a physics professor. They discuss sex, power, politics, physics, the atom bomb and their troubled childhoods. The characters are clearly based on Joseph McCarthy, Marilyn Monroe, Joe DiMaggio and Albert Einstein, and these icons are used to explore the history of postwar America, as well as its uncertain future.

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