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Solaris (19-Nov-2002)

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Writer: Steven Soderbergh

From novel: Solaris by Stanislaw Lem

Music by: Cliff Martinez

Producers: James Cameron; Rae Sanchini; Jon Landau

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Horror, Surreal

A calamity aboard a research station orbiting a far-away planet prompts the attention of an embattled psychologist.

Remake of Solaris (1972). Psychologist Chris Kelvin, a man without parallel in his field stunted by the passing of beloved wife Rheya, is implored via bizarre video message to investigate strange happenings at the isolated Prometheus space station. Arriving at the station to find friend Gibarian dead and the few surviving crew members paranoid and hysterical, Kelvin is made aware of the presence of apparitions of long-dead friends and relatives produced by the star Prometheus is responsible for researching, thrust into a struggle against his own sanity when he is visited by specters of his dead wife.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Cho
16-Jun-1972   Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
George Clooney
6-May-1961   E.R.
Jeremy Davies
8-Oct-1969   Saving Private Ryan
Viola Davis
11-Aug-1965   Nurse Peeler on City of Angels
Natascha McElhone
14-Dec-1971   The Truman Show


George Clooney   ...   Kelvin
Natascha McElhone   ...   Rheya
Jeremy Davies   ...   Snow
Viola Davis   ...   Gordon
Ulrich Tukur   ...   Gibarian
John Cho   ...   DBA Emissary #1
Morgan Rusler   ...   DBA Emissary #2
Shane Skelton   ...   Gibarian's Son
Donna Kimball   ...   Mrs. Gibarian
Michael Ensign   ...   Friend #1
Elpidia Carrillo   ...   Friend #2
Kent D. Faulcon   ...   Patient #1
Lauren M. Cohn   ...   Patient #2


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