Follows several interweaving story lines over the course of a week in Los Angeles, some including characters carried over from the original film, others featuring actors from the film returning as different characters.
The Warwick family are unknowingly being filmed for a new reality show. Problem is, they're boring. So the producer, Mickey Wagner, must add conflict and drama. Their lives begin to unravel with shocking consequences.
In Ventura, CA, Giuseppe Andrews makes movies in his trailer park where he grew up. A former child actor in some big movies (Independence Day, Unstrung Heroes, Never Been Kissed), Giuseppe ... See full summary »
What happened on june 9? On a search for some harmless fun at the end of the school year, 17 year-old Derek boggman led his friends on a mischievous journey of caught-on-camera pranks. But ... See full summary »
After their cars crash on a desert highway in the middle of nowhere, two friends and a woman they both like must wait for someone to stop by and help them. Unfortunately, those who do stop turn out to be criminals, eccentrics or wackos.
A budding young scientist lad is caught by his mom checking out the lady across the way with his telescope, whereupon she lectures him on the evils of women. Twenty years later and all ... See full summary »
A high school teacher, a department store manager, a convenience store clerk, a lawyer, and two sociopath youths appear in five interconnected stories, all shot entirely from the point of view of hundreds of security cameras that people pass and ignore every day. Written by
According to the making-of featurette on the DVD, part of the first day's shooting had to be redone as the decision was made to replace the actor originally cast as Mr. Krebbs. It is also mentioned that an unidentified actress, who had been cast as Sherri, turned down the role, requiring last-minute recasting of that part, too. See more »
Just the very idea that cameras capture such a large percentage of our most intimate moments can send shivers down your spine or even make you smile that someone got a glimpse... Whether it was material suited for America's Funniest Home Video's, You-Tube junkies, or even the eyes of a snuff collector. Imagine if someone took all those moments, set them side by side with a total strangers, and fused it all together as if connecting a giant puzzle? Well, then you would have 'Look', of course.
At first glance, it's easy to write this film off... But look a little closer because it gets deep. Adam Rifkin, the director, captures everything (and I mean everything!) from moments that will make you laugh, rosy up your cheeks, and even leave you cringing with utter disgust. 'Look' does everything a top notch Indy film is supposed to and more. Don't let this one slip under the radar... Go ahead... Look!
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