|Birth 2004 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Romance
Director: Jonathan Glazer
Cast: Nicole Kidman, Cameron Bright, Danny Huston, Lauren Bacall, Alison Elliott, Arliss Howard, Michael Desautels, Anne Heche, Peter Stormare, Ted Levine, Cara Seymour, Novella Nelson, Zoe Caldwell, Charles Goff, Joe M. Chalmers
Ten-year-old Sean (Cameron Bright) comes to a family gathering and informs Anna (Nicole Kidman) that he is the reincarnation of Anna's deceased husband. The family is shocked at the details Sean relates, but Anna is in awe and begins to re-evaluate her upcoming marriage to Joseph (Danny Huston).
|The Miracle Worker 2000 TV, 120 min.|
Director: Nadia Tass
Cast: Alison Elliott, Hallie Kate Eisenberg, David Strathairn, Lucas Black, Kate Greenhouse, Damir Andrei, Patricia Gage, Stewart Arnott, Kevin Duhaney, Eugene Lipinski, Twila Provencher, Liam Robinson, Jackie Richardson, Stephanie Sams, Andrew Prine
In this Disney TV remake of William Gibson's biographical play about blind, deaf, and mute Helen Keller, Hallie Kate Eisenberg takes on the role of Helen. Alison Elliott co-stars as Helen's tutor Annie Sullivan whose perseverance draws Helen into communicating with the real world. The story gets the message across to the young ones about the difficulties associated with handicaps and Helen Keller's amazing triumph in dealing with her situation.
|Monkey Trouble 1994 PG, 95 min.|
Director: Franco Amurri
Cast: Thora Birch, Harvey Keitel, Mimi Rogers, Christopher McDonald, Kevin Scannell, Adrian Johnson, Julian Johnson, Alison Elliott, Robert Miranda, Victor Argo
Eva (Thora Birch) is a little girl who dreams of owning a monkey. One day she spots a cute monkey, befriends him, and takes him home. The monkey turns out to be a trained pickpocket, and its owner (Harvey Keitel) tries to recapture him.
|The Song of the Lark 2001 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Karen Arthur
Cast: Alison Elliott, Maximilian Schell, Tony Goldwyn, Norman Lloyd, Robert Floyd, Linda Carlson, Endre Hules, Nan Martin, Arliss Howard, Brooks Almy, Rod Loomis, Christian J. Meoli, Christine Ashe, Travis Kisgen, Jay Michael Ferguson
Growing up in a rural town in Colorado, Thea Kronborg (Alison Elliott) dreams of becoming an opera star. As a young adult, she follows her passion and moves to New York City. With help from others–including piano teacher Herr Wunsch (Maximilian Schell)–along the way, Thea manages to obtain her dream.
|The Spitfire Grill 1996 PG-13, 117 min.|
Director: Lee David Zlotoff
Cast: Alison Elliott, Ellen Burstyn, Marcia Gay Harden, Will Patton, Kieran Mulroney, Gailard Sartain, John M. Jackson, Louise De Cormier, Ida Griesemer, Lincoln Grow, Emerson Grow, Sam Lloyd Sr., Lisa Louise Langford, Forrest Murray, Patty Smith
The Spitfire Grill is a restaurant in Gilead, Maine, into which a number of characters gather, and gossip is exchanged. Percy Talbot (Alison Elliott), a girl with a past who has just been released from prison, gets a job as a waitress, and the gossip and innuendoes accelerate.
|Trance 1998 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: The Eternal
Director: Michael Almereyda
Cast: Alison Elliott, Jared Harris, Christopher Walken, Rachel O'Rourke, Lois Smith, Karl Geary, Paula Malcomson, Sinead Dolan, Raina Feig, Jason Miller
Nora and Jim (Alison Elliott and Jared Harris) need a change of pace, so they head to Nora's homeland of Ireland. They are met by Nora's Uncle Bill (Christopher Walken), who proudly shows off the mummy of a druid witch that he dug up. The mummy looks a lot like Nora, and after Nora starts feeling strange and has hallucinations it's time for the witch to act.
|The Underneath 1995 R, 99 min.|
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Cast: Peter Gallagher, Alison Elliott, William Fichtner, Adam Trese, Paul Dooley, Elisabeth Shue, Anjanette Comer, Joe Don Baker, Shelley Duvall, Dennis Hill, Harry Goaz, Mark Feltch
Michael Chambers (Peter Gallagher) returns to his hometown of Austin, Texas, and runs into his love from the past, Rachel (Alison Elliott). It turns out that Rachel is only one of his obsessions. Through a series of flashbacks, the depth of Michael's addictive personality is revealed.
|The Wings of the Dove 1997 R, 101 min.|
Director: Iain Softley
Cast: Helena Bonham Carter, Linus Roache, Alison Elliott, Elizabeth McGovern, Charlotte Rampling, Alex Jennings, Michael Gambon, Ben Miles, Philip Wright, Alexander John
Based on Henry James' 1902 novel, this story involves a plot by Kate (Helena Bonham Carter) and her lover Merton Densher (Linus Roache). They plan to get their hands on the dying Millie's (Alison Elliott) financial fortune. Carter received an Academy Award nomination (Best Actress).
|A Wrinkle in Time 2003 PG, 139 min.|
Director: John Kent Harrison
Cast: Katie Stuart, Alfre Woodard, Alison Elliott, Kate Nelligan, Gregory Smith, David Dorfman, Chris Potter, Kyle Secor, Sean Cullen, Thomas Chambers, Sarah-Jane Redman, Norman Armour
Based on Madeleine L'Engle's children's series, this is the story of a brother and sister–Chris and Meg Murry (David Dorfman and Katie Stuart)–who journey to a mysterious planet in search of their scientist father (Chris Potter). Along to aid and abet on the voyage through time and space are their friend Calvin (Gregory Smith) and cosmic beings Mrs. Which (Kate Nelligan), Mrs. Who (Alison Elliott), and Mrs. Whatsit (Alfre Woodard).
|1. Birth (2004)|
2. Indictment: The McMartin Trial (1995)
3. The Miracle Worker (2000)
4. Monkey Trouble (1994)
5. The Song of the Lark (2001)
6. The Spitfire Grill (1996)
7. Trance (1998)
aka: The Eternal
8. The Underneath (1995)
9. The Wings of the Dove (1997)
10. A Wrinkle in Time (2003)
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