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"Other Voices, Other Rooms" Picked Up For Distribution

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire August 7, 1997 at 2:0AM

Rocksavage's "Other Voices, Other Rooms" Picked Up For Distributionby Aaron Krach"Other Voices, Other Rooms", a film based on the groundbreaking novel byTruman Capote, has been picked for distribution by Artistic LicenseFilms. Directed by David Rocksavage, the film stars Lothair Bluteau andAnna Thomson. First published in the 1950's, "Rooms" was Capote's firstnovel. It follows the story of "a young boy's odyssey of self-discoveryas he seeks to solve the puzzle surrounding his father's disappearance."Set in the south, among decaying plantations and eccentric relatives,it was one of the first American novels to openly deal withhomosexual themes.Bluteau has been seen in a number of successful independent films;including "Jesus Of Montreal", "Black Robe", "Orlando" and "I Shot Andy Warhol".Thomson's credits include "Unforgiven", "Amateur", "Bullets Over Broadway","Desperately Seeking Susan" and the recently completed indie, "Sue"
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Rocksavage's "Other Voices, Other Rooms" Picked Up For Distribution


by Aaron Krach



"Other Voices, Other Rooms", a film based on the groundbreaking novel by
Truman Capote, has been picked for distribution by Artistic License
Films
. Directed by David Rocksavage, the film stars Lothair Bluteau and
Anna Thomson. First published in the 1950's, "Rooms" was Capote's first
novel. It follows the story of "a young boy's odyssey of self-discovery
as he seeks to solve the puzzle surrounding his father's disappearance."
Set in the south, among decaying plantations and eccentric relatives,
it was one of the first American novels to openly deal with
homosexual themes.


Bluteau has been seen in a number of successful independent films;
including "Jesus Of Montreal", "Black Robe", "Orlando" and "I Shot Andy Warhol".
Thomson's credits include "Unforgiven", "Amateur", "Bullets Over Broadway",
"Desperately Seeking Susan" and the recently completed indie, "Sue"