It may be the last film ever made by veteran
actor Kirk Douglas. The star has said publicly he has no plans for
The film is
"Illusion," in which he portrays a legendary film director, Donald
Baines, who, as the film opens, lies dying in his private screening
room. Late one night,
Douglas' character is awakened by the ghostly image of his former film
editor - a man who has been dead more than 35 years. Suddenly, Baines
is transported to an old movie theater, where unexpected visions are
revealed to him.
Directed by and
co-starring Michael Goorjian, the original screenplay was written by
Ron Marasco, who also acts in the film, Tressa Di Figlia Brendon and
writes for CNY, Weekend and Stars.