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Love Is the Drug -- At a graduation party, Jonah Brand catches the eye of the popular and beautiful Sara Weller.  When her hard-partying circle of friends learns Johan works at a pharmacy, they welcome him into their group and lure him down a dark path of excess and deceit.
Love Is the Drug -- Addicted to Her Love
Love Is the Drug -- At a graduation party, Jonah Brand catches the eye of the popular and beautiful Sara Weller.  When her hard-partying circle of friends learns Johan works at a pharmacy, they welcome him into their group and lure him down a dark path of excess and deceit.
Love Is the Drug -- A love triangle among recent high school graduates proves deadly.

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Desire, excess and truth collide.
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Cast

  (in credits order)

John Patrick Amedori ... Jonah Brand

Lizzy Caplan ... Sara Weller

D.J. Cotrona ... Lucas Mitchell

Jenny Wade ... Erin Sutherland

Jonathon Trent ... Troy Daniels

Bruce A. Young ... Phill Hackwith

Daryl Hannah ... Sandra Brand

Michael Krawic ... Mr. Miller
David Douglas ... Danny

Will Rothhaar ... Trevor
Darren Mercer ... Drunk Guy
Saige Thompson ... Clare

Leonard Wu ... Karaoke D.J.

Linda Bisesti ... Troy's Mother

Carlos A. Rogers ... Teenage Boy

Deborah Puette ... Teacher

Jeff Lam ... Korean Man

Cathy Shim ... Korean Woman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Luka Apt ... Party Boy Matt (uncredited)
Shaun Davis ... Party Guy (uncredited)
Yvonne Maverick ... Party Goer (uncredited)

Dat Phan ... Karaoke D.J. (uncredited)
Christina Trevino ... Party Goer (uncredited)
Richard Williamson ... Mean Drunk (uncredited)
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Directed by
Elliott Lester 
 
Writing credits
Wesley Strick (screenplay) &
Steve Allison (screenplay)

Wesley Strick (story)

Produced by
Jason Arnold .... associate producer
Clement Brooke .... co-executive producer
Nancy Brooke .... co-executive producer
Roland Carroll .... executive producer
Ryan Carroll .... executive producer
Amitabh Dey .... co-associate producer
Annie Hanlon .... co-producer
Christie Hsiao .... consulting producer
James Jones .... associate producer
Neil L. Kaufman .... executive producer (as Neil Kaufman)
Shea Kerry .... associate producer
Pierre Lorillard .... line producer
Tom Lutz .... co-executive producer (as Thomas Lutz)
Jamee Natella .... co-producer
Jed Nolan .... producer
Lanette Phillips .... co-producer
Wesley Strick .... executive producer
Rene Torres .... co-producer
 
Cinematography by
Florian Stadler 
 
Film Editing by
Steve Rees 
 
Casting by
Anne McCarthy  (as Annie McCarthy)
Jay Scully 
 
Production Design by
Chris Davis 
 
Set Decoration by
Jenna Sylvester 
Yvonne von Wallenberg 
 
Costume Design by
Alison Freer 
 
Makeup Department
Kelsey Aschberger .... makeup artist
Thea Samuels .... makeup department head
Traci E. Smithe .... key hair stylist
Dahlia Warner .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Tara L. Craig .... unit production manager
Pierre Lorillard .... post-production supervisor
Michael Silberman .... unit production manager
Rene Torres .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lillian Awa .... second assistant director
Thom Buckley .... second assistant director
Ryan Krayser .... additional second assistant director
Pierre Lorillard .... second unit director
Taylor Phillips .... second second assistant director
Martin Veselich .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Carol Hummel .... props buyer
Kevin Hummel .... set dresser
Robert Hummel .... prop master
Chris Lockett .... lead man
Michael O'Luasaigh .... swing
 
Sound Department
Steven Avila .... sound designer
Steven Avila .... sound effects editor
Manvel Barsegyan .... sound mixer
Trip Brock .... sound re-recording mixer
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Derrick Cloud .... boom operator
Michael J. Fox .... adr mixer
Michael J. Fox .... adr supervisor
Bill Jenkins .... sound editor
Peter D. Lago .... sound effects editor
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Melissa Oivanki .... post sound coordinator
Robert Sharman .... boom operator
Robert Troy .... dialogue editor
Ben Whitver .... first assistant sound editor
 
Visual Effects by
Christopher Dusendschon .... digital imaging supervisor: iO FILM
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeffrey Chin .... gaffer
Scott Donahue .... grip
Jacob Dovalina .... electrician
Suzanne England .... set still photographer
Warren Feldman .... first assistant camera (as F.W. Zev)
Bryan Gilbert .... grip
Conan Hastrangelo .... electrician
Greg HecQ .... electrician
James Mann .... director of photography: second unit
Alex Markle .... additional electrician
Ethan McDonald .... camera loader
Nicholas Rini .... grip
Joseph Ruiz .... key grip (as Joe Ruiz)
David Sheetz .... best boy electric
David Sheetz .... electrician
Gene Abel Soto .... best boy (as Abel Soto)
 
Casting Department
Debe Waisman .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sparka Lee Hall .... costume supervisor
Asia Muka .... costumer
Karen Yan .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Michael Kingsbury .... negative conformist
Steve Lemley .... color timer
 
Music Department
Matt Aberle .... music supervisor
Scott Hackwith .... composer: additional music
Bill Jenkins .... music editor
Alison Litton .... music clearance
 
Transportation Department
Paul Feddersen .... transportation coordinator
Hugo Ocana .... driver
Lew Strong .... driver
Jimmy West .... driver
 
Other crew
Luis Bonachea .... production assistant
Carol A. Compton .... script clearance
Kurt Esposito .... production assistant
Fran Freedman .... production counsel
Tony Gonzalez .... choreographer
Tom Lutz .... co-production executive
Shannyn K. Marlen .... production office coordinator
Beth Multer .... script supervisor
Bernard Natalino .... production associate
Lee Ramirez .... craft service
Josh Weise .... production associate
 
Thanks
Derek Powell .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Addicted to Her Love" - USA (video title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for pervasive drug and alcohol abuse, language, sexual content and an act of violence - all involving teens
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96 min
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5 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Why isn't Love Is The Drug in theaters?, 19 November 2008
Author: lavbach from United States

Why aren't more teen films true to life like Love Is The Drug? We can all relate to being the new kid and considered a geek. Trying to be accepted and wanting to be accepted by the "popular" crowd - usually the wrong crowd. Falling for that unobtainable person. Fear of being rejected. I love the twist - this is what makes this film even more interesting. No, I won't tell you what it is, just trust me - it's great! Parents should watch this film, too. This will help you remember what it was like being a teenager. Not only is the story good, but they picked the perfect cast, so believable! The actor who played Jonah played him so true that I am sure if not yourself, you will remember someone like him when you were in High School! Why isn't this in theaters?

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