Search - The Innocents on DVD

The Innocents
The Innocents
Actors: Jean-Hugues Anglade, Keith David, Kent Allen, Connie Nielsen, Mia Kirshner
Director: Gregory Marquette
Genres: Indie & Art House, Mystery & Suspense
R     2002     1hr 30min


Larger Image

Movie Details

Actors: Jean-Hugues Anglade, Keith David, Kent Allen, Connie Nielsen, Mia Kirshner
Director: Gregory Marquette
Creators: Gregory Marquette, Derek Mazur, Gail Tilson, Marie Hoy, Matthew T. Weiner, Rainer Bienger, Terry Carr
Genres: Indie & Art House, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Indie & Art House, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: First Look Pictures
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 04/16/2002
Release Year: 2002
Run Time: 1hr 30min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 4
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English
We're sorry, our database doesn't have DVD description information for this item. Click here to check Amazon's database -- you can return to this page by closing the new browser tab/window if you want to obtain the DVD from SwapaDVD.
Click here to submit a DVD description for approval.

Similar Movies

New Best Friend
Director: Zoe Clarke-Williams
   R   2002   1hr 31min
Speed of Life
Director: Rob Schmidt
   R   2002   1hr 34min
Now and Forever
Director: Bob Clark
   R   2005   1hr 41min

Similarly Requested DVDs

The Bank Job
Director: Roger Donaldson
   R   2008   1hr 51min
   R   2007   1hr 36min
Apocalypse Now Redux
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
   R   2001   2hr 33min
30 Days of Night Dark Days
Director: Ben Ketai
   R   2010   1hr 32min
I Know Who Killed Me
Director: Chris Sivertson
   R   2007   1hr 46min
Directors: Don Bitters, Geoff Reinser, Geoff Reisner
   NR   2016   1hr 40min

Movie Reviews

Satisfying piece of modern noir
J. Houzet | Chicago, IL | 08/06/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"A fine looking pair of actresses, Connie Nielsen (Gladiator) and Mia Kirshner (Exotica), center the plot in this modern noir of two sisters who may or may not be serial killers.
A French music professor based in New York hits the road for some soul searching and ends up in a car crash in middle America that puts him in the hospital. As he recovers, his nurse (a luminous Connie Nielsen), becomes friendly with him and invites him to her home for a meal. There we discover her troubled background - a mentally unstable younger sister (Kirshner) and a father on his deathbed (cameo by Frank Langella).
The day after the professor plays his cello for the sickly man, he returns to find him dead. He watches the funeral from afar and continues his relationship with the mysterious sisters. They convince him to take them with him on a road trip that becomes filled with increasingly bizarre behavior by the sisters and encounters with other travelers with suspect motivations.
This was a worthy thriller with some good performances, especially Kirshner as the loopy younger sister who has to wear a wig because she tears her hair out. I sympathized with the character of the professor who is exposed to some terrifying situations and yet feels compelled to care for these two women. The actor was a good choice, even as a relative unknown."