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Chapter Zero (1999)

A novelist examines his life and ambition when his world is turned upside down by a sultry publisher.

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Adam Lazaras
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Victor Lazaras
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Marta
Bryan LiPuma ...
Justin
Karissa Wasko ...
Cheyenne
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Jane
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Manatee Man
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Cassandra
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Lonnie
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Anthony Hubert ...
Jason
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Frank Lazaras
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Davey Sharsh
Barbara Sloan ...
Laura
Dale Bell ...
Bill Landers
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A novelist examines his life and ambition when his world is turned upside down by a sultry publisher.

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Rated R for language including sexual dialogue | See all certifications »
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13 November 1999 (USA)  »

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the hilarious trials of a struggling novelist
13 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

Chapter Zero is a witty and intelligent comedy from new filmmaker Aaron Mendelsohn. The film takes the viewer through a journey from self-pity to self-discovery in a humorous introspective analysis. Adam Lazarus is forced to examine his relationship with his girlfriend and the direction of his life when a disappointing manuscript cripples his ambition. Adam proceeds to isolate himself from the world, dictating every event of his life, starting with his birth, to a video camera that passes no judgments. However, his usually supportive girlfriend becomes frustrated when Adam disconnects from the world. Don't miss this thought-provoking gem of an independent film that will keep you laughing.


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