The 1990 film year started on a less than promising note when the first major American release, EVERYBODY WINS, didn't even rate a press screening. Starring Nick Nolte and Debra Winger (who last appeared together, inauspiciously, in CANNERY ROW), directed by Karel Reisz (whose credits
include one of Nolte's best films to date, WHO'LL STOP THE RAIN), and produced by Jeremy Thomas (THE LAST EMPEROR), this murky mystery also features Arthur Miller's first screenplay since 1961's THE MISFITS. Regrettably, despite this stellar lineup, the studio's reticence in promoting the film was
well justified. EVERYBODY WINS is no treasure, buried or otherwise.
The film's basi...