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Bruno Kirby's final film.
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Val Kilmer declined having a trailer to help the production save money.
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Val Kilmer talks to his mother on a cell phone while remaining in character when she accidentally called him during the filming of a scene in a car. The director liked Kilmer's improvisation so much the scene was kept.
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This movie was an experimental production and with a modest budget of only $338,000 was not intended as a commercial theatrical vehicle despite it being released on the theatrical film festival circuit.
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Val Kilmer's participation was while on break from the London theater production of "The Postman Always Rings Twice" and during the promotion of _Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang (2005)_ at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Originally intended to be a short feature.
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The director sometimes filmed without a crew after hours to maintain a modest budget.
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Many of the actors including Vinnie Jones, Gabriel Byrne, Bruno Kirby, Anthony LaPaglia, and Val Kilmer all worked for a significantly discounted salary for this production.
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Test screenings were held in the United Kingdom in 2006, with the final version of the film then determined for theatrical release.
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Mick Rossi noted that about 80% of the film's dialogue was improvised.
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