|K-PAX 2001 PG-13, 120 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Sci-Fi
Director: Iain Softley
Cast: Kevin Spacey, Jeff Bridges, Mary McCormack, Alfre Woodard, Ajay Naidu, David Patrick Kelly, Saul Williams, Kimberly Scott, Peter Gerety, Celia Weston, Tracy Vilar, Melanee Murray, John Toles-Bey, Conchata Ferrell, Vincent Laresca
Prot (Kevin Spacey) is arrested at New York City's Grand Central Station after claiming to be an alien. He is sent to a mental hospital where his psychiatrist, Dr. Mark Powell (Jeff Bridges), does not believe him when he tells about coming from the planet K-PAX. Powell becomes obsessed with Prot, but time is running out because Prot tells Powell that he must leave Earth in a few days. Now, Powell is determined to get the truth from him–but can he?
|Slam 1998 R, 100 min.|
Director: Marc Levin
Cast: Saul Williams, Sonja Sohn, Bonz Malone, Beau Sia, Lawrence Wilson, Dominic Chianese Jr., Andre Taylor, Momolu Stewart, Taylor Mali, Reamer Shedrick, Ron Jones, Liza Jessie Peterson, Allan E. Lucas, DJ Renegade, Jerome Goldman
Filmed as a mock documentary, Ray Joshua's (Saul Williams) story unfolds of a man incarcerated in a Washington, D.C. prison who finds himself in the middle of a tug-of-war between rival gangs. His escape is in writing poetry and eventually getting his life together. Inspired by Paul Devlin's "SlamNation," a documentary about poetry slams (competition) filmed earlier the same year.
|1. K-PAX (2001)|
2. Slam (1998)
3. SlamNation (1998)
aka: SlamNation: The Sport of Spoken Word
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