"Susan's Plan," which was also released on video as "Dying to Get Rich," is a black comedy directed by John Landis in 1998. It stars Nastassja Kinski, Dan Aykroyd, Rob Schneider and Billy Zane. The plot focuses on Susan, played by Kinski, and her plan to kill her ex-husband to collect his life insurance. She is joined by a rag-tag band of misfits that gets into a variety of strange situations. The film was screened in 1998 at the AFI Film Festival, but because of relatively poor audience reactions, the movie was released directly to video in 2000.
"One" is a 1998 drama that Tony Barbieri and Jason Cairns directed. It features a thought-provoking plot about two men who make earnest efforts to reinvent themselves. The human spirit is one of the most important themes in the movie, and the two characters regularly reflect upon it. The movie stars Jason Cairns, Kane Picoy and Macintosh. This film was nominated for the Golden Starfish Award in 1998 at the Hamptons International Film Festival.Learn more about Art & Literature