Director George Sluizer has plans to enlist Joaquin Phoenix to help finish the last movie brother River Phoenix was working on before his untimely death in 1993.
When he died of drug-related heart failure, River Phoenix was working on a drama called “Dark Blood” for Sluizer. It tells the story of a desert hermit living near a nuclear testing site waiting for the world to end. When a Hollywood couple on a driving honeymoon breaks down nearby, Phoenix’s character “Boy” takes them prisoner because he desires the woman and wants to create a better world with her, according to an IMDB summary.
Sluizer – who directed the Jeff Bridges and Kiefer Sutherland psychological thriller “The Vanishing” – told The Hollywood Reporter he still has the original film footage from “Dark Blood” and has re-edited it. Sluizer said he believes with some voice over work he can deliver a final version to be released next year.
He plans on asking River Phoenix’s brother Joaquin to assist. “The voices of both brothers are very much alike,” Sluizer, told The Hollywood Reporter.
Before his death at 23, River Phoenix had roles in 24 movies. In honor of his return to the silver screen, here’s a list of favorite performances:
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