|Arabian Nights 2000 TV, 175 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Fantasy
Director: Steve Barron
Cast: Mili Avital, Dougray Scott, Alan Bates, James Frain, Tcheky Karyo, Jason Scott Lee, John Leguizamo, Vanessa Mae, Rufus Sewell, Jim Carter, Peter Guinness, Andy Serkis, Hugh Quarshie, Amira Casar, Pik Sen Lim
This made-for-TV miniseries captures the spell of Scheherezade's (Mili Avital) stories that she tells to the Sultan (Dougray Scott). She drags out her tales night after night–leaving each ending for the following evening's fare–in an effort to cure the Sultan's madness and save her own life as well.
|Dead Man 1995 R, 121 min.|
Director: Jim Jarmusch
Cast: Johnny Depp, Gary Farmer, Lance Henriksen, Michael Wincott, Mili Avital, Iggy Pop, John Hurt, Robert Mitchum, Gabriel Byrne
Set in the late 1800s, this is the story of William Blake (Johnny Depp) who journeys from Cleveland to the West where he has been promised a job at the Dickinson Steel Works. Once there, he is told the position is no longer available. Out of money, Blake has a brief affair resulting in the murder of the son of the mill owner. Escaping his pursuers, Blake teams up with an Indian (Gary Farmer), and they embark on a strange odyssey together.
|Kissing a Fool 1998 R, 93 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Doug Ellin
Cast: David Schwimmer, Jason Lee, Mili Avital, Bonnie Hunt, Vanessa Angel, Kari Wuhrer, Frank Medrano, Bitty Schram, Judy Greer, Jerry Springer, Ron Beattie, Liza Cruzat, Jessica Mills, Doug Ellin, Tag Mendillo
A Chicago TV sportscaster, Max Abbitt (David Schwimmer), decides to test the loyalty of his soon-to-be wife, Sam (Mili Avital), and sets up a scenario in which his best friend Jay (Jason Lee) will try to bed the beautiful Sam. Despite the inane plot, this comedy does work, and the result is an entertaining hour and a half.
|Polish Wedding 1998 PG-13, 105 min.|
Director: Theresa Connelly
Cast: Lena Olin, Gabriel Byrne, Claire Danes, Adam Trese, Mili Avital, Daniel Lapaine, Rade Serbedzija, Ramsey Krull, Steven Petrarca, Bryan Hoyt
Set in Detroit, during the early 1960s, this film attempts to show comedic insight into the daily lives of the Pzoniak family. Unfortunately, it misses its mark.
|When Do We Eat? 2006 R, 86 min.|
Director: Salvador Litvak
Cast: Michael Lerner, Lesley Ann Warren, Jack Klugman, Meredith Scott Lynn, Shiri Appleby, Max Greenfield, Ben Feldman, Mili Avital, Adam Lamberg, Cynda Williams, Mark Ivanir, Oscar Nunez, Dan Bucatinsky
Control freak Peggy Stuckman plans the perfect Passover Seder, and her efforts almost pay off–until son Zeke (Ben Feldman) slips his dad, Ira (Michael Lerner), an Ecstasy tablet that causes Ira to experience psychedelic hallucinations resulting in his inane efforts to end resentments within his stubborn, dysfunctional family.
|The Young Girl and the Monsoon 1999 R, 90 min.|
Director: James Ryan
Cast: Terry Kinney, Ellen Muth, Mili Avital, Diane Venora, Tim Guinee, Domenick Lombardozzi, Liana Ryan, Lee Wong, Christine Merlich, Candyce Mason, Eugene Leong, Tina Flaherty, James Ryan, Patricia Francy, Connie Meehan
When his teenage daughter, Constance (Ellen Muth), comes to live with Hank (Terry Kinney) for three months, problems are inevitable as the middle-aged father tries to deal with his manipulative daughter. As a photojournalist, Hank heads for dangerous places and, in the process, loses his girlfriend Erin (Mili Avital) and upsets Constance.
|1. Arabian Nights (2000)|
2. Dead Man (1995)
3. Kissing a Fool (1998)
4. Over the Ocean (1992)
5. Polish Wedding (1998)
6. When Do We Eat? (2006)
7. The Young Girl and the Monsoon (1999)
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