A hero of the indies gets minimal again

Document author(s):
Karen Durbin
Document source:
New York Times
Publication date:
2003 Feb 2
Document language:
Document type:
Number of pages:
Source pagination:
sec. 2, p. 3
Document name subject:
Gus Van Sant
Document contains:
production co
Related films:
Film country(ies):
United States
Film language(s):
English, Italian, and Spanish
Film production company:
Avenue Pictures Productions, My Cactus Inc., New Line Cinema Corporation, and Northern Film Company
Film genre(s):
Adaptation, Adventure, Crime, Drama, Feature, Gay/lesbian, Landscape, Romance, and Youth
Film subject(s):
  • Abandoned children -- Drama
  • Adventure and adventurers -- Drama
  • Death Valley (Calif. and Nev.) -- Description and travel -- Drama
  • Drug abuse and crime -- United States -- Drama
  • Drug addiction -- United States -- Drama
  • Fogle, James. Drugstore cowboy -- Film and video adaptations
  • Gay men -- Drama
  • Gay teenagers -- United States -- Drama
  • Hiking -- Drama
  • Illegal aliens -- Drama
  • Narcolepsy -- Drama
  • Runaway teenagers -- United States -- Drama
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Henry IV, part 1 -- Film and video adaptations
  • Unrequited love -- Drama

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