A couple of weeks ago Kirby mentioned a new film Sean Bean is
called "The Cache" - today we scored a little more
information on the
movie, including word on it's new title.
"Root of All Evil" - previously known as "The
Cache" - is a
psychological thriller which examines three stark and not so
flattering truths about human nature -- Man's cowardice versus
courage, women's sexual attraction to "bad boys", and
the morality of
money. These truths are woven into a thematic overview inspired
1961-62 Yale University obedience experiment by Dr. Stanley Milgram
which proved the ease with which human beings shuck all personal
responsibility for heinous acts or crimes while under the influence
of an outside authority.
The film will be directed by Stephen Milburn Anderson. Anderson
the scene with his critically acclaimed debut film ''South Central''
(produced by Oliver Stone Warner Bros. 1992). You'll recall
Maslin of The New York Times considered Anderson along with Tarantino
and Tim Robbins among the hottest young up and coming directors
the mid-90s. Anderson also penned the script.