Men in black

Barry Sonnenfeld (director), Lowell Cunningham (based on the work of), Ed Solomon (author of screenplay)

Men in black

Barry Sonnenfeld (director), Lowell Cunningham (based on the work of), Ed Solomon (author of screenplay)
Men in black / dir. by Barry Sonnenfeld ; screenplay by Ed Solomon ; based on the Malibu comic by Lowell Cunningham
Other title
Barry Sonnenfeld
Based on the work of
Lowell Cunningham
Author of screenplay
Ed Solomon
Hilversum: Columbia Tristar Home Video, 2000
2 dvd-video's
Playing time
94 min.
Afspeelbaar op PlayStation 2 DVD 1 : extra's en interactieve mogelijkheden DVD 2 : Kant A bevat breedbeeldeditie Engels gesproken, nagesynchroniseerd in het Frans en Duits Ondertiteling : Nederlands, Engels, Frans, Duits, Turks, Grieks, Pools, Tsjechisch, Hongaars, Bulgaars, Deens, Zweeds, Fins, Noors, IJslands, Arabisch, Hindoestaans, Hebreeuws Oorspr. uitgebracht in 1997 Special two disc limited edition

About Barry Sonnenfeld

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Barry Sonnenfeld (born April 1, 1953) is an American filmmaker and television director. He originally worked as a cinematographer for the Coen brothers before directing films such as The Addams Family (1991) and its sequel Addams Family Values (1993) alongside the Men in Black trilogy (1997–2012), Wild Wild West (1999) and Get Shorty (1995). Sonnenfeld has collaborated with actor and singer Will Smith four times.

Early life

Sonnenfeld was born and raised in New York City, the son of Irene "Kelly" (Kellerman), an art teacher, and Sonny Sonnenfeld, a lighting salesman, educator, and architectural lighting designer. He was raised in a Jewish family. After he received his bachelor's degree from Hampshire College, he graduated from New York University Film School in 1978.


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