Noises Off is a 1992 comedy film directed by Peter Bogdanovich. The screenplay by Marty Kaplan is based on the 1982 play of the same name by Michael Frayn. The film features the final performance of Denholm Elliott, who died of AIDS that same year. The film follows the concept of a play within a play, in this case a dreadful farce Nothing On — the type of production in which many doors continually open and shut. The setting has been transplanted from the backcountry of Great Britain to Des Moines, Iowa, where a second-rate theatrical troupe is preparing to perform the Broadway-bound play...
|Release date:||March 20, 1992|
|Directed by:||Peter Bogdanovich|
|Producer:||Frank Marshall, Steven Spielberg|
|Music by:||Roy Budd|
|Screenplay by:||Marty Kaplan|
|Adapted from:||Noises Off|