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Movie Info

As his marriage rapidly deteriorates, respected New York City director Eddie Israel (Harvey Keitel) leaves his family on the East Coast and journeys to Los Angeles to make a film about a decadent husband and wife in a souring relationship. But Israel begins a love-hate affair with leading lady Sarah Jennings (Madonna), who's also sleeping with starring actor Francis Burns (James Russo). Amidst the drugs, alcohol, tears and promiscuity, reality and filmmaking become dangerously intermingled.

Cast & Crew

Harvey Keitel
Eddie Israel
Madonna
Sarah Jennings
James Russo
Francis Burns
Nancy Ferrara
Madlyn Israel
Victor Argo
Director of Photography
Nicholas St. John
Writer (Screenplay)
Freddy De Mann
Executive Producer
Ron Rotholz
Executive Producer
Mary Kane
Producer
Joe Delia
Original Music
Ken Kelsch
Cinematographer
Alex Tavoularis
Production Design
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Critic Reviews for Snake Eyes

All Critics (16) | Top Critics (4) | Fresh (5) | Rotten (11)

Audience Reviews for Snake Eyes

  • Jan 10, 2011
    I understood the premise of this film (about a filmmaker trying to get more and more out of his actors while fighting his own personal demons) but the movie was too dark, both mentally and production-wise. Madonna actually puts together a halfway-decent performance, as does method-acting extraordinaire Keitel. Not the most interesting or watchable film I've ever seen.
    Derek D Super Reviewer
  • Aug 02, 2009
    Mindless, plotless and boring. I'd rather have been trapped in an elevator with an Amway salesman.
    Pamela D Super Reviewer
  • Jan 05, 2008
    A different type of film, it just didn't pull me in like I expected.
    Sarah P Super Reviewer
  • Nov 19, 2007
    That's right! I like this film. Very much in fact. Hot on the heels on Ferrara's finest film, Bad Lieutenant, comes what is probably his most challenging one...and most bizarre. A lot of folks who thought Ferrara was on his way up after BL were put in their place by this uncompromising flick that leaves the viewer scratching their noggin. Still, whether you understand it or not (I don't remember it all too well, it's been years since I've seen it) it's entertaining and has all the elements I love in a Ferrara flick.
    Christopher B Super Reviewer

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