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The Still Life (2006)

R | | Drama | 7 August 2007 (USA)
Fueled by original music by members of Guns N' Roses, Bad Religion, No Doubt, Skid Row, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Hootie & The Blowfish and more... The Still Life tells the story of artist ... See full summary »

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Julian Lamont
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Robin
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Mrs. Stratford
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Mr. Fernot
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Mr. Rifken
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Stephanie
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Rodney
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Meter Maid
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Cindy (as Angel Boris)
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Himself / Guitar player
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Resident
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Herself / Art Buyer
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Musem Security Guard
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The Gnome Guy
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Store Clerk
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Fueled by original music by members of Guns N' Roses, Bad Religion, No Doubt, Skid Row, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Hootie & The Blowfish and more... The Still Life tells the story of artist Julian Lamont who struggles to pick up the pieces of his tattered life in this poignant drama. A reclusive alcoholic, Julian creates a new art genre called Destructionism, and his works catapult him into the limelight. But as his success in the art world grows, Julian loses touch with the artist he truly desires to be, and his personal life soon tailspins out of control. Written by Anonymous

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Throughout the film Joel Miller opens a number of scenes with Jason Barry posed to reference famous pieces of art. Jacques-Louis David's "Death of Marat," Michelangelo's distorted, disconsolate self portrait that is within "the flayed skin" Bartholomew holds in the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo's "Pieta," and Roudin's "The Thinker." See more »

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Referenced in Living the Still Life (2007) See more »

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Something's Gotta Be Wrong
Written by Delaney Bramlett and Dizzy Reed
Performed by Dean Dinning on bass, Eddie Hedges on drums, Dizzy Reed on piano,
Delaney Bramlett on guitar and vocals
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Loved this film!
30 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

I had no idea what to expect when I was invited to see this film. Wow, I was pleasantly surprised!! Its a tragic but inspiring story that takes you along on the intense journey of following your art to the dark place it may lead, and of the ways this effects your life, relationships and the art you produce. Beautifully shot, well written and unpredictable. The performances are raw and open which fulfills the story beautifully. Also full of unexpected (and fantastic) cameo appearances.

I don't want to spoil the surprises, but I will say that everyone should see this film. I can't wait to see it again.


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