Virtual Newsstand: Movieline, October 1992
ENTERTAINMENT AS A WAY OF LIFE
The Cutest Serious Person in Showbiz
Tim Robbins worries about America and doesn't think "protest" is a dirty word. Bob Roberts, the darkly hilarious political satire he wrote, directed and stars in, shows what can happen when actors get active.
An Englishman Abroad
Stephen Frears crossed the pond to make Dangerous Liaisons and The Grifters, and now faces the biggest challenge of all: directing Dustin Hoffman.
Richard Price is a screenwriter who's really a writer. Beginning as a novelist -- his most recent bestseller is Clockers -- Price has put his distinctive stamp on the scripts for The Color of Money, Sea of Love, and this fall's Night and the City.
The Bloke's Progress
Tim Roth: racking it up with a rough boy