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Lost in America

Rating:R
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:February 15, 1985
Running time:91 minutes
Cast:Albert Brooks, Julie Hagerty, Sylvia Farrel, Tina Kincaid, Candy Ann Brown
Director:Albert Brooks
Producer:Marty Katz, Herb Nanas
Writer:Monica Mcgowan Johnson, Albert Brooks
Distributor:Warner Bros. Pictures

Description: Bored with their cushy suburban existence, yuppie David (Albert Brooks) talks his wife Linda (Julie Hagerty) into selling everything they own and hitting the road to see America. As a starting-over gesture, David and Linda are romantically remarried in Las Vegas -- which, ironically, proves to be the beginning of the end of their idyll. In short order, Linda loses their life's savings, the couple nearly self-destructs at Hoover Dam, they take blue-collar jobs in a go-nowhere Arizona town, and....Well, if you know your Albert Brooks, be prepared for a steady stream of manic social satire.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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