David Lean's 'Nostromo' called off

April 25, 1991|By Los Angeles Times Syndicate

Officials at Tri-Star, which was to release "Nostromo," the $40 million film renowned British director David Lean was preparing before his death last week at 83, say they have no plans to go forward with the film.

Based on the Joseph Conrad novel and starring Dennis Quaid and Isabella Rossellini, "Nostromo" had been scheduled to start filming March 4 in France.

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