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Another Girl Another Planet (1992)

Not Rated | | Drama | October 1992 (USA)
An ordinary-looking guy proves to be an unusually successful womanizer, and his East Village apartment begins to assume aspects of Grand Central Station.

Director:

Michael Almereyda

Writers:

Michael Almereyda, Nic Ratner (additional dialogue)
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Credited cast:
Barry Del Sherman ... Bill (as Barry Sherman)
Isabel Gillies ... Finley
Bob Gosse ... Man in Bar
Elina Löwensohn ... Mia
Paula Malcomson ... Bartender
Lisa Perisot Lisa Perisot ... Prudence
Nic Ratner Nic Ratner ... Nic
Tom Roma Tom Roma ... Man in Bar
Maggie Rush Maggie Rush ... Trish
Mary B. Ward Mary B. Ward ... Ramona
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An ordinary-looking guy proves to be an unusually successful womanizer, and his East Village apartment begins to assume aspects of Grand Central Station. He is so attractive to one of the women he seduces that he has to let her know in a forceful way that he's not available for long-term romance. In addition to his other good qualities, he's a bit of a jerk. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Baby Scratch My Back
Performed by Slim Harpo (James Moore)
Written by James Moore
Rhino Records
Warner Special Products
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Possibly the hippest film ever made -- not on film
6 April 2008 | by jhlechnerSee all my reviews

Who would have thought anyone could make something this engaging and cinematic with a toy Fisher-Price camera? ANOTHER GIRL, ANOTHER PLANET is one of those rare movies that has very little narrative, but such perfect-pitch atmosphere and -- well, soul -- that it makes a little nest in the back of your brain and settles down there for the rest of your life. Almereyda uses the shallow depth of field of the Pixelvision camera to explode cinematic space in ways no one with a Panavision camera ever could. Not to mention that the soundtrack is a killer time capsule of the hippest songs of the early Nineties. Once seen (and heard), never forgotten.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 1992 (USA) See more »

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Namu Productions See more »
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