“Everything changes” ( English Things Change ) - an American film , winner of the prize of the international film festival in Venice .
|Everything is changing|
|Producer||Michael Houseman |
|David mamet |
|In the main|
|Joe Mantegna |
|Operator||Juan Ruiz Anchia|
|Film company||Columbia pictures|
The main character of the film is a modest shoe polisher living in Chicago . The “don” of the mafia comes out to him and offers a large amount of money so that Gino will take the blame for the murder committed by another gangster . Gino agrees with the expectation that in 3-5 years after his release from prison he will be able to buy a fishing vessel with this money. While Gino is preparing to confess in court, Jerry is assigned to him - a petty gangster who recently failed to obey the order and fell into disfavor. After a brief stay at the hotel where the heroes are bored, Jerry decides to break the order again and rest with Gino on his last weekend in front of the prison. After arriving at the casino , because of the talkativeness of Jeri, who tells the stories, and Gino's proud silence, the latter is mistaken for a successful and powerful mafia , which leads to numerous difficulties for both heroes.
- Don Amici - Gino
- Joe Mantegna - Jerry
- Robert Proschi - Joseph Vincent
- Mike Nassbaum - Mr. Green
- JJ Johnston - Frankie
- Ricky Jay - Mr. Silver
- Jonathan Katz - Jackie Shore
- Actors who performed the roles of Gino and Jerry, received the prize of the Venice Film Festival .
- "Everything changes" (English) on the Internet Movie Database