In a disastrous economy, after loosing his job, Alan dreams a series of bizarre comedic worst case scenarios that could happen if society's "strippers" get a hold of him.

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Tony Tucci ...
Alan Gardner
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Alan Gardner / Credit Counselor (as John Greenlaw)
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Kevin
Kerrie Clark ...
Susan
Jeff Seal ...
Harry Bellman
JD Roberto ...
David
Linda Graybel ...
Violet
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Bank Rep
Jane Grogan ...
Betty
Sybile Kohn ...
Lesbiana
Bob Nellis ...
Tadpole
Elena Zaretsky ...
Nurse
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Mark
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Psychic
Michael Swiney ...
Repo Man
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In a disastrous economy, after loosing his job, Alan, an out of work executive, dreams a series of bizarre comedic worst case scenarios that could happen if society's "strippers" get a hold of him. After over ten years of being produced (1998), this dark comedic drama proves to be both current and relevant in a changing world. This is Jorge Ameer's second feature, yet his first 35mm motion picture and theatrical release. Written by anonymous

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Drama | Comedy

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13 September 2000 (USA)  »

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The film was produced in 1998 but was not released theatrically until 2000. See more »

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Violet: We pride ourselves on saving you money, as we take it away and away and away.
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a sad attempt at cinema
16 September 2001 | by (Hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

This sad representation of independent cinema is far from resembling a story worth one's viewing time. STRIPPERS follows the story of Allen, who loses all of his money to the people that will 'strip' you of everything; that's where the interesting concepts stop. The unbelievable premise and story line are filled with hapless actors and plot diversions, one of which has the self-indulgent director making cameos as the goofy-inventor neighbor (the only fun sections of the film). Personally, the only thing worse than seeing a bad film is reading a review that sings praise for this direct to cable-access crap-fest. Beware of such reviews, noticing that the reviewer and the director just so happen to have the same initials (wink wink). For a full review, check out Variety's comments from Sept 2000.


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