Jackson Pollock (Ed Harris) is a brilliant painter living in New York City in 1941. Struggling with alcoholism, his talent goes to waste until he meets Lee Krasner (Marcia Gay Harden), a fellow artist whose love for Pollock brings her to give up her own career to save his. What emerges is some of the most famous and popular artistic work of the twentieth century. Unfortunately, even the support of the people around him cannot save Pollock from his inner demons. Directed by Ed Harris. With Tom Bower, Jennifer Connelly, Bud Cort and Val Kilmer. Categories: Biography, Drama. Year: 2000.
Ed Harris in Pollock
Jennifer Connelly in Pollock
Ed Harris in Pollock
Val Kilmer in Pollock
Marcia Gay Harden in Pollock
Ed Harris also appeared in The Abyss, The Firm, The Truman Show, The Right Stuff, Radio, Eye for an Eye, A Beautiful Mind, The Rock, Apollo 13, Gone Baby Gone, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, The Hours, Appaloosa, State of Grace, Cleaner, and Enemy at the Gates.
Marcia Gay Harden also appeared in Miller's Crossing, Bad News Bears, The Dead Girl, The Invisible, American Dreamz, Mona Lisa Smile, Mystic River, Rails & Ties, Into the Wild, and Home.
Tom Bower also appeared in The Hills Have Eyes, The Million Dollar Hotel, High Crimes, and Crazy Heart.
Jennifer Connelly also appeared in Dark City, Requiem for a Dream, A Beautiful Mind, House of Sand and Fog, The Rocketeer, Labyrinth, Hulk, Once Upon a Time in America, Of Love and Shadows, Inventing the Abbotts, Dark Water, Little Children, Blood Diamond, Reservation Road, The Day the Earth Stood Still, He's Just Not That Into You, 9, and Creation.
Bud Cort also appeared in The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and The Million Dollar Hotel.
John Heard also appeared in Home Alone, Awakenings, Snake Eyes, The Guardian, Sweet Land, The Great Debaters, Beaches, and The Pelican Brief.
Val Kilmer also appeared in Heat, Alexander, Batman Forever, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, True Romance, Tombstone, Deja Vu, Delgo, The Doors, and Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.
Amy Madigan also appeared in Field of Dreams and Gone Baby Gone.
Jeffrey Tambor also appeared in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, There's Something About Mary, Girl, Interrupted, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, My Boss's Daughter, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Hellboy, The Hangover, and The Invention of Lying.