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Rating:R (for drug use, sexuality, language and a scene of violence)
Genre:Drama, Comedy
Release Date:April 28, 2000
Running time:93 minutes
Cast:Salma Hayek, Julian Sands, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Stellan Skarsgard, Kyle MacLachlan
Director:Mike Figgis
Producer:Mike Figgs, Annie Stewart, Dustin Bernard
Writer:Mike Figgis
Distributor:Sony Pictures Entertainment

Description: Shot entirely in one day with hand-held digital video cameras in sequence, in real time with no editing, the plot - a black comedy thriller set against Los Angeles lifestyles- literally unfolded before the cameras as the actors each forged an improvised trajectory for their characters based on the central elements of an afffair, a murder, and an ensuing Hollywood mystery. Four main characters are at the center of the plot: a motion picture executive and his wife, an aspiring actress in the midst of an affair, and a woman whose actions will alter all their fates.

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