Keanu Reeves Shows His Silly Side at ‘Henry’s Crime’ PremiereAdded April 6, 2011
At the New York City premiere of ‘Henry’s Crime,’ James Caan gives an honest opinion about the nature of the film, and Keanu Reeves just has a good old time.
Regarding ‘Henry’s Crime’Added April 7, 2011
Keanu Reeves stars in Malcolm Venville’s rom-com heist as aimless toll collector Henry, who, after serving three years in prison for a bank robbery he didn’t commit, decides to rob the bank for real with the help of his street-smart cell mate Max (James Caan). When Henry embarks on a bittersweet relationship with a local actress (Vera Farmiga), he begins to find purpose.
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Keanu Reeves’ Dedication to Art Is No Mystery—Part Three
The producer and star of “Henry’s Crime” remembers his late co-stars, reminisces about living at the Chateau Marmont and recites a Shakespeare sonnet
Keanu Reeves’ Dedication to Art Is No Mystery—Part Two
The star of ‘Henry’s Crime’ discusses working with the inimitable James Caan, acting opposite Vera Farmiga in Chekhov’s ‘Cherry Orchard’ and whether he’ll direct
Keanu Reeves’ Dedication to Art Is No Mystery—Part One
The producer and star of “Henry’s Crime” discusses working in Budapest, “Matrix” vs. “Bill & Ted” fans and his production company’s first film
“Crime” Time’s Prime Time for Vera Farmiga — Part Three
“Source Code” star discusses directing her sister in “Higher Ground,” the blueprint for her ideal career and the causes she throws her celebrity behind
“Crime” Time’s Prime Time for Vera Farmiga — Part Two
“Source Code” star discusses working with James Caan on the set of “Henry’s Crime” and the making of her directorial debut, “Higher Ground”
“Crime” Time’s Prime Time for Vera Farmiga — Part One
The ‘Source Code’ star discusses her role in “Henry’s Crime,” the appeal of Chekhov and working with her producer and co-star Keanu Reeves
Keanu Reeves Shows His Silly Side At ‘Henry’s Crime’ Premiere
The star charms the reporters and cameras with his physical presence.
Vera Farmiga Dishes on Her ‘Henry’s Crime’ Co-stars at the NY Premiere
The romantic caper’s love interest describes her co-stars Keanu Reeves and James Caan on the ‘loopy story about love’ as a couple of ‘goofballs
Official ‘Henry’s Crime’ Trailer
Henry is a man seemingly without purpose until he gets a wake-up call after being an unwitting participant in a botched bank heist.
James Caan Praises Keanu Reeves for Keeping Cast at Ease
The “Henry’s Crime” co-star marvels at Reeves’ ability to multitask as an actor and as the executive producer. He praises Reeves for being able to stay grounded even in an “uncomfortable situation.”
James Caan and Malcolm Venville on Prison Life
The actor and director discuss whether prison makes criminals out of men or men out of criminals. In “Henry’s Crime,” Caan plays a con man who voluntarily chooses to live in prison.
Interview: James Caan and Malcolm Venville
The iconic actor delivers laughs both during an interview at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival and on the set of “Henry’s Crime.” Here he discusses the art of creating a lovable “but not harmful” con artist and how he kept his director entertained behind the camera.
“Will You Help Me Rob the Bank?”
Henry (Reeves) is a man seemingly without purpose until he gets a wake-up call after being an unwitting participant in a botched bank heist. Having done the time, he decides he may as well do the crime. Here, he convinces the reluctant Max (Caan) to file for his long overdue parole — and then recruits his former cell mate to help stage a robbery.
“Why Did You Go to Prison?”
Henry’s heist involves his taking the lead role in a play, where he finds himself slowly falling for the production’s mercurial leading lady Julie (Farmiga). Here, he lets her in on his plan to rob a bank through a tunnel to the theater where she performs.
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