Rhinoceros Eyes is a fantastical coming-of-age story revolving around Chep, a young, reclusive prop-house employee who falls in love with a detail-obsessed movie production designer named ... See full summary »
Gale Morgan Harold III
Lifelong platonic friends Zack and Miri look to solve their respective cash-flow problems by making an adult film together. As the cameras roll, however, the duo begin to sense that they may have more feelings for each other than they previously thought.
A couple who is expecting their first child travel around the U.S. in order to find a perfect place to start their family. Along the way, they have misadventures and find fresh connections with an assortment of relatives and old friends who just might help them discover "home" on their own terms for the first time.
Les, a small-time celebrity photographer desperate to make it big, befriends Toby, a homeless young man with no direction except a vague desire to become an actor. When by chance Toby becomes romantically involved with K'Harma Leeds, the hottest pop star of the moment, Les grows jealous and plots revenge. Written by
In the jacuzzi scene with Toby and K'Harma, watch Toby's left arm. K'Harma's right foot is resting on his left shoulder. In the back-and-forth head shots, we see Toby's left arm go from straight out (where we can see his "mother" tattoo) to down and submerged and back again. See more »
After the end credits have finished rolling, there is a short 'epilogue' segment featuring Steve Buscemi's character. See more »
In New York, Les is a celebrity photographer in search of the photo that will make him the news. As he tries, he meets Toby, a young resident of street, with no perspective, except for a vague desire to become an actor. Les initially rejects his new friend, but eventually accepts it in his apartment. Les does so with a purpose: he sees a chance to meet with K'Harma Leeds, the hottest star of the moment. The plan comes well at first, when the star invite Toby to your party. Except that their friendship is threatened when who gets to succeed is the homeless, not the photographer.
"Delirious" isn't a movie made to be successful, but to give us a time of the conventional. It is different in the script, in pace and in outcome - for more strange that can be! Doesn't deepen in the friendship between Les and Toby, or in the platonic love of the homeless and the famous singer, and this turns out to be good, since that would makes it the story tedious, and here there is a romantic comedy. May not please all, but the few who like it can become fans. I recommend to who likes newer things.
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