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Prisoners (1982 film)

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Prisoners
Directed byPeter Werner
Produced byAntony I. Ginnane
John Barnett
executive
Keith Barish
David Hemmings
Craig Baumgarten
associate
Brian W. Cook
Screenplay byMeridith Baer
Hilary Henkin
Based onstory by Meredith Baer
StarringTatum O'Neal
Colin Friels
Shirley Knight
David Hemmings
Bruno Lawrence
Ralph Cotterill
Music byPeter Sullivan
CinematographyJames Glennon
Edited byAdrian Carr
Production
company
Endeavour Productions
Lemon Crest
Distributed by20th Century Fox
Running time
95 minutes
CountryNew Zealand
United States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$NZD 4,288,719[1]

Prisoners is a 1982 American-New Zealand drama film directed by Peter Werner and starring Tatum O'Neal, Colin Friels and David Hemmings.[2]

For unclear reasons, the film has never been released.[3] The New Zealand Archive of Film, Television and Sound states that a financial dispute was allegedly the reason for the shelving of the completed film.[4] According to New Zealand film historians Helen Martin and Sam Edwards, "One rumour has it that a relative of one of the actors bought the film to prevent its release."[1]

Plot

An American moves his family to New Zealand where he takes charge of a prison in Wellington. His young daughter begins to have a love affair with one of the prisoners in his charge.

Cast

Production

The film was shot in Auckland from 29 June to 14 August 1982.[5][6] Its budget was approximately $4.2 million.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Martin, Helen; Edwards, Sam (1997). New Zealand Film, 1912-1996. Oxford University Press. p. 86. ISBN 9780195583366.
  2. ^ "Prisoners (1982)". British Film Institute. Retrieved 9 August 2019.
  3. ^ Churchman, Geoffrey B., ed. (1997). Celluloid Dreams: a century of film in New Zealand. Wellington: IPL Books. p. 111. ISBN 9780908876969.
  4. ^ "Prisoners". Nga Taonga – Sound & Vision. New Zealand Archive of Film, Television and Sound. Retrieved 9 August 2019.
  5. ^ Ed. Scott Murray, Australia on the Small Screen 1970-1995, Oxford University Press, 1996 p125
  6. ^ Thomas, Bob (15 June 1982). "Tatum Ready for Stardom". The Journal News. New York – via Newspapers.com.

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