Legendary performer Frank Sinatra had his share of tumultuous affairs, but it was his well-publicized love for MGM's mercurial, sultry screen siren, Ava Garner in the 1950's that had the tabloids abuzz for one of Hollywood's most infamous affairs. While campaigning for the dream role of Columbia Pictures' Angelo Maggio in 'From Here to Eternity,' the role which he hoped would be the push to salvage his career, the destitute Sinatra finds salvation in the arms of the woman he pursues at all costs; the woman whom he would come to immensely love and ultimately lose. Marked by passion, bourbon, scandals and infidelities - Ava's abortions and Frank's suicide attempts were the rage of the rags as their hapless romance was parodied by the press, who play them off each other - Frank and Ava's story is what Hollywood romance legends are made of.

  • Dec 7, 2018
  • Drama

Cast & Crew

  • Harry Dean Stanton

    Harry Dean StantonActor

  • RICO SIMONINI

    RICO SIMONINIActor

  • EMILY ELICIA LOW

    EMILY ELICIA LOWActor

  • Lukas Haas

    Lukas HaasActor

    Lukas was born on April 16, 1976 in West Hollywood, California. His Texas-born mother, Emily Tracy, is a writer, and his German-born father, Berthold Haas, is an artist. He has twin brothers, Simon and Nikolai. It's widely noted that Lukas was discovered at the age of five by casting director Margery Simkin while he was in kindergarten. While his first screen role was as the youngest of the doomed children in the 1983 nuclear Holocaust film Testament (1983), it was his second appearance, in Witness (1985) opposite Harrison Ford and Kelly McGillis, that earned attention and acclaim. In Peter Weir's 1985 film, Lukas portrayed Samuel, an Amish child who was the sole witness to an undercover cop's murder, and his work earned him starring roles in such films as Lady in White (1988), The Wizard of Loneliness (1988), and Alan & Naomi (1992) - the latter film co-written by his mother. Lukas was subsequently nominated for an Emmy for his portrayal of AIDS victim, Ryan White, in the controversial TV movie, The Ryan White Story (1989). He continued to distinguish himself in film in starring roles including: Music Box (1989) with Jessica Lange and director Costa-Gavras; Convicts (1991) and Rambling Rose (1991) (both with Robert Duvall); and Boys (1996) with John C. Reilly and Winona Ryder. On stage, in 1988, Lukas performed alongside Steve Martin and Robin Williams in Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" at Lincoln Center in New York City for director Mike Nichols. He also starred with Martin in the film Leap of Faith (1992). Lukas went on to work with directors Woody Allen in Everyone Says I Love You (1996), Tim Burton in Mars Attacks! (1996), and Alan Rudolph in Breakfast of Champions (1999). He had a pivotal role in Brick (2005), Rian Johnson's directorial debut with Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He next appeared in the Kurt Cobain-inspired Last Days (2005), directed by Gus Van Sant, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Roles in Material Girls (2006), slasher movie send-up The Tripper (2006), Who Loves the Sun (2006), Gardener of Eden (2007), While She Was Out (2008), and Death in Love (2008) followed. Recently, Lukas had a supporting role in Christopher Nolan's Inception (2010) opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Caine and Marion Cotillard. He then appeared in Red Riding Hood (2011) for director Catherine Hardwicke, and Contraband (2012), director Baltasar Kormákur's English-language remake of the movie he starred in, Reykjavik-Rotterdam (2008). Lukas was most recently seen in Crazy Eyes (2012). He has several projects in production, including Meth Head (2013) written and directed by Jane Clark. Also a talented musician, Lukas plays drums and piano in the band The Rogues.
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  • ERIC ROBERTS

    ERIC ROBERTSActor

  • TERRY MOORE

    TERRY MOOREActor

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