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The actor: tim blake nelson won the workman/driscoll award for films like 1998's eye of god and 2001's the grey zone to his credit. The grey zone is a 2001 american war film directed by tim blake nelson and starring david the film holds 68% 'fresh' rating on rotten tomatoes, based on 82 reviews, with the consensus a grim and devastating tale of the holocaust. The grey zone directed by: tim blake nelson starring: david arquette, mira sorvino, harvey genres: war, historical drama rated the #154 best film of 2001.