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Don's Plum
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24 August 2001 (Denmark) See more »
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Plot:
A group of Los Angeles teenagers meet every week at their local diner to discuss their latest misadventures in their miserable lives. | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Not so bad for a youthful lapse See more (16 total) »

Cast

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Scott Bloom ... Brad

Kevin Connolly ... Jeremy

Tobey Maguire ... Ian

Leonardo DiCaprio ... Derek

Jenny Lewis ... Sara
Meadow Sisto ... Juliet

Marissa Ribisi ... Tracy

Amber Benson ... Amy
Andre Berryman ... Band
John Brooks ... Band

Jeremy Sisto ... Bernard
Jeffrey Connor ... Band
Toledo Diamond ... Acid Jazz Artist
Walter Davis ... Band
Paula Verise ... Solo Artist

Kiva Dawson ... Dancer
Wendy Fowler ... Dancer (as Wendy R. Fowler)
Zepha Zoe Ober ... Dancer

Marisa Ryan ... Anna
Jerry Swindall ... Leon
Stephanie Cambria ... Flo (as Stephanie Friedman)

Byron Thames ... Don

Heather McComb ... Constance
Phyllis Brooks-Daniels ... Heavy-Set Woman

Branden Morgan ... Rod the Mechanic (as Branden R. Morgan)

Bethany Ashton Wolf ... Grace Forrester (as Bethany Ashton)
Robert Zimmermann ... Luke

Ethan Suplee ... Big Bum
Dale Wheatley ... Little Bum
Marissa Borsetto ... Slapper
Cool Breeze ... Slappee

Nikki Cox ... Karen
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Traci Burgard ... Hot Chick in car (uncredited)
Amy Chance ... (uncredited)
Alexander Vara ... Coffee shop guy (uncredited)

Directed by
R.D. Robb 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bethany Ashton Wolf  (as Bethany Ashton)
Tawd Beckman 
R.D. Robb 
David Stutman  based in part on play "The Saturday Night Club"
David Stutman 
Dale Wheatley 

Produced by
Bethany Ashton Wolf .... associate producer (as Bethany Ashton)
Jerry Beckman .... executive producer
Tawd Beckman .... co-producer
Mathew P. Ettinger .... co-producer
Peter Aalbæk Jensen .... executive producer
Niels Rask Larsen .... executive producer
Gary A. Lowe .... producer
Thomas Mai .... executive producer
Jerry Meadors .... executive producer
John Schindler .... line producer
David Stutman .... producer
Dale Wheatley .... producer
 
Original Music by
Blake Soper 
 
Cinematography by
Steve Adcock 
Brian Bellamy 
 
Film Editing by
Paul Heiman 
Nabil Mechi  (as Nabil Mehchi)
 
Production Design by
Lou A. Trabbie III 
 
Art Direction by
Bruce Bellamy 
 
Makeup Department
Martina Kohl .... key makeup artist
Randy Westgate .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Artie Glackin .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Traci Burgard .... first assistant director: Coffee House
Lesli Lytle .... second second assistant director
 
Sound Department
Tomas Arwe .... re-recording mixer
Asser Borgen .... sound editor
David Hadder .... boom operator
Gadou Naudin .... foley artist
Kurt Peterson .... boom operator
Mark Kenna .... consultant: Dolby film sound (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Bellamy .... director of photography: coffee house crew
Andrew Bikichky .... second assistant camera
Jonah Blechman .... still photographer
Lance Mitchell .... first assistant camera
Selvyn Price .... assistant camera
Peter Rieveschl .... camera operator: second unit coffee house crew
 
Editorial Department
Gregers Dohn .... trailer editor
Jeffrey Graham .... assistant editor
Paul Heiman .... second editor
Helle Tang .... post-production assistant
 
Music Department
Michelle Kuznetsky .... music supervisor
Mary Ramos .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Alexander Vara .... production assistant (as Alex Guevara)
Toby Wilkins .... title designer
 
Thanks
Paul Fleck .... thanks
Brian R. Keathley .... special thanks
 

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89 min
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Filmed in 1995-96.See more »
Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: Near the end before Derek kicks over the table in the bar he is mouthing words but we don't get to hear what he is saying.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in Beyond Clueless (2014)See more »
Soundtrack:
Do The PanicSee more »

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51 out of 61 people found the following review useful.
Not so bad for a youthful lapse, 26 July 2004
Author: Serpentijn from Belgium

When I rented this film, I was not aware that it was hard to get. I thought it hadn't released in the cinema in Belgium because it was too dark and had simple ended up in a dim corner of the rental place. I didn't have too high expectations. Afterwards I checked for user comments here and felt people were being a bit too harsh. It is true that impact is a little bit lost sometimes because it's hard to relate with the characters. It's hard to admit for anyone that they've asked out a 'friend' sometimes just for accompaniment and self-gratification like the characters seem to do in this film. But I'm a 100 % sure that everyone has done it at least once in their life. This film is hard to watch cause it takes this very aspect of relationships and puts in under a magnifying glass. I even had to interrupt watching it, cause the brutality was making me nervous. I think the film is good in the way that it had it's desired effect. It's not your cup of tea if you want to watch something entertaining, something fun with your friends. Acting is very interesting. Because it mainly plays in the same room and the film is in black and white attention is focused on the words, and even more on the gestures and facial expressions of the characters. It's worth watching if you want to watch something that's not main stream. I hope I've helped constructing the right expectations for this film.

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