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|Category||Thriller DVDs, Comedies Movies, Mystery Videos, Friends, Coming Of Age|
|Starring||Kyra Sedgwick, Sean Astin, Rory Cochrane, J.T. Walsh, Ron Livingston, James Le Gros, Shawnee Smith, Jefferson Mays, Sara Melson, Christian Meoli, Renee Zelwegger|
|Costume Designer||Alexandra Welker|
|Director of Photography||Richard Crudo|
|Editor||Yaffa Lerea, Jim Makiej|
|Producer||Tobin Heminway, Donald Zuckerman|
|Production Designer||Deborah Smith|
|Screenwriter||George Hickenlooper, John Enbom|
Low Life movie was released Mar 25, 2008 by the Vanguard Cinema studio. John, a recent Yale graduate, moves to Los Angeles to pursue a writing career. Low Life movie John floats from job to job attempting to live a life of detachment. Low Life video Out of the blue one day, John flies off the handle and quits his job. Low Life film Drifting to the lower spectrum of society, becomes the handyman and rent collector of a slumlord, where he meets Bevan, an oversexed, alcoholic vixen. ...See Full Description
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||amazing performances by Rory Cochrane and Sean Astin|
Low Life DVD for sale I really liked this movie. Low Life movie I rented it because of sean astin but then I discovered Rory. Low Life video This is a really good down to earth film. Low Life film I loved it.
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Low Life video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7582947|
|Release Date||Mar 25, 2008|
|Running Time||96 Minutes|
|Movie Details||Color; Director's Cut; Director's Cut Special Edition|
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Voted One of the Top Ten Films of the Year! -Ft Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
"Daring, Beautiful" - Premiere Magazine
"Deeply Felt, Comical, Always Affecting!" -LA Times
"Extraordinary, Timeless!" -The Saint Louis Riverfront Times
Hailed by critics as one of the most underrated and moving Generation X films to come out of the American independent cinema, The Low Life has finally reached cult status after its initial theatrical release in 1996. "A ‘Day of the Locust' for the Gen-X Set!" wrote Steven Holden of The New York Times when he praised director George Hickenlooper (Factory Girl, Mayor of the Sunset Strip) for his funny and timeless semi-autobiographical portrayal of young, over educated twenty-somethings struggling to make ends meet on the fringes of Hollywood.
Through brilliant, hilarious dialogue, extraordinary performances and sensitive direction, The Low Life creates a dark, satiric world of languid discomfort, survival, and the ultimate impossibility of trying to be an artist without facing one's passions. As the film takes an unexpected, emotional turn at the end, the director proves that there is a right way to survive in a cynical world. With colorful, award-winning performances by a powerful ensemble cast that includes Rory Cochrane (Dazed and Confused), Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer), Sean Astin (Lord of The Rings), Ron Livingston (Office Space), James LeGros (Zodiac), J.T. Walsh (A Few Good Men), Tony Award-winning Jefferson Mays (I Am My Own Wife), Shawnee Smith (Leaving Las Vegas), Angel Aviles (Mi Vida Loca), Antoni Corrone (We Own The Night), Sara Melson (The Big Brass Ring) in addition to Renee Zellweger (Bridget Jones' Diary) in one of her first cinematic appearances. In this new director's cut, The Low Life finds an even broader audience as it delivers a fresh punch to the gut of nameless, faceless, decadent Los Angeles.
Source: Vanguard Cinema
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital - English
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