John has lost all his money. He sits outside a diner in the desert when Sydney happens along, buys him coffee, then takes him to Reno and shows him how to get a free room without losing ... See full summary »
A psychologically troubled novelty supplier is nudged towards a romance with an English woman, all the while being extorted by a phone-sex line run by a crooked mattress salesman, and purchasing stunning amounts of pudding.
Paul Thomas Anderson
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Five people's lives that are curiously intertwined happen to all be at a diner at the same time. An old man (Hall) gives advice to a young man (Baltz) about his cheating wife and best ... See full summary »
A collection of alternate takes and deleted material from the Paul Thomas Anderson film Punch-Drunk Love (2002) are compiled and matched with the Jon Brion song "Here We Go" in this ... See full summary »
Paul Thomas Anderson
John has lost all his money. He sits outside a diner in the desert when Sydney happens along, buys him coffee, then takes him to Reno and shows him how to get a free room without losing much money. Under Sydney's fatherly tutelage, John becomes a successful small-time professional gambler, and all is well, until he falls for Clementine, a cocktail waitress and sometimes hooker. Written by
Jon Reeves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Assistant Cameraman Michael G. Riba turned down 2 weeks of work on Waterworld (1995) - which paid better - to work on Hard Eight (1996). Riba has been the assistant cameraman on every Anderson film since. See more »
At 30. The crap table that Sydney walks by players cheering but the cover (lid) and count slip on top. If it were a real game there would be no cover See more »
[John has called Sydney to his hotel room asking for help. Sydney knocks, John answers from behind the closed door]
Yeah. Open up.
What? Yeah, everything's cool. Are you alright?
You gonna open the door?
I said on the phone, you know... it's kinda screwed up.
Yeah, so? Open the door, let's see what's going on.
...you promise you'll help me?
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