Lulu on the Bridge

"Weak"

Lulu on the Bridge Review


Paul Auster (writer of Wayne Wang's Smoke and Blue in the Face) is no stranger to oddball productions. Lulu on the Bridge is another step down the path to David Lynch, with Harvey Keitel as a sax player who gets shot and -- after a miracle recovery that leaves him with one lung -- embarks on an adventure involving Mira Sorvino and a magic rock that glows in the dark. Oh-kayyyyy. It all becomes all-too-apparent what's been going on by the end of this, so after plenty of mood lighting and jazz music, you're released back into the world to completely forget everything you saw. Whatever.


Facts and Figures

Run time: 103 mins

In Theaters: Friday 14th August 1998

Distributed by: Trimark

Production compaines: Capitol Films, Redeemable Features

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

IMDB: 6.3 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Producer: , Amy J. Kaufman,

Starring: as Izzy Maurer, as Dave Reilly, as Tyrone Lord, as Man With Gun, as Celia Burns, as Pierre, as Bobby Perez, as Hannah, as Sonia Kleinman, as Philip Kleinman, as Stanley Mar, Holly Buczek as Dying Girl, as Catherine Moore, as 'Laughing Man' Escort, as Dr. Fisher


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