A semi-autobiographical black comedy from writer-director Alexandre Rockwell, IN THE SOUP is a wry and biting yarn highlighted by a cast of quirky characters and an outlandish and twisting plot line.
Adolpho Rollo (Steve Buscemi) is an unemployed man with a dream. He's determined to see his five-hundred-page mega-screenplay, "Unconditional Surrender," made into a film. Convinced that his life's work isn't like other films--it's art--Adolpho has never considered selling it for something as
trivial as money. That is, until the singing Bafardi Brothers (Steven Randazzo and Frank Messina), his bullying landlords, threaten bodily harm to the aspiring filmmaker. "Can ...