Phone Booth is a 2002 English-language Crime Thriller motion picture written by Larry Cohen and directed by Joel Schumacher and produced by Gil Netter and David Zucker under the banner of Zucker/Netter Productions. Stu Shepard is a fast talking and wise cracking New York City publicist who gets out of trouble and lies with his clever charm, connections, and charisma. Stu's greatest lie is to his wife Kelly, who he is cheating on with his girlfriend, Pam. Upon answering a call in a phone booth in belief it is Pam, Stu is on the line with a dangerous yet intelligent psychopath with a sniper rifle. When realizing it is not a joke, Stu is placed in a powerful mind game of wits and corruption. The New York City Police eventually arrive thereafter and demand Stu comes out of the phone booth- but how can he when if he hangs up or leaves the booth he will die? Written by commanderblue. Phone booth stars Colin Farrell, Forest Whitaker, Katie Holmes, Radha Mitchell, Kiefer Sutherland, Paula Jai Parker and Eddie Vincent. The music was composed by Harry Gregson-williams. Cinematography was done by Matthew Libatique and editing by Mark Stevens. The film has a running time of 81 minutes. It was released on 4th April 2003. The Film was successful at box office. Phone Booth was made on a budget of $13 million and it was a super hit at box office gross of $97 million. Distribution rights for the movie were acquired by 20th Century Fox.
Crime , Thriller
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