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Glam (1997)

NC-17 | | Drama | 8 May 1998 (USA)
Traveling from the backwoods to Los Angeles to visit his cousin, a writer discovers a world of sex, drugs, crime and violence revolving around a beautiful young woman and her mobster boyfriend.

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Sonny Daye
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Franky Syde
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Vanessa Mason
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Treasure
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Sid Dalgren
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Sandy Silver
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Bud Silver
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Don Mallon
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Genty
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Jimmy Pells
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Lynn Travers
Jorge Dallinger ...
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Traveling from the backwoods to Los Angeles to visit his cousin, a writer discovers a world of sex, drugs, crime and violence revolving around a beautiful young woman and her mobster boyfriend.

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Rated NC-17 for a scene of explicit sexuality and some sexual dialogue | See all certifications »
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German post-techno band Mouse on Mars was originally assigned to soundtrack the film, but producer Josh Evans dismissed their contribution claiming it was too "uncommercial". The rejected material resurfaced later as a standalone album, to positive reviews. See more »

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i died trying...
6 February 2001 | by (minneapolis, minnesota) – See all my reviews

i'm with cbenavidez. this movie made me sick. what was i thinking when i rented it? frank whaley was the reason. secretly i'm mad at him, but publicly he's a little cutie. i got through at least a half hour, but i got in trouble from my landlord because i was using obscene language at 2 in the morning at the top of my lungs. end result: i didn't finish the film. who was the mute? he looked familiar.


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