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Don's Plum (2001)

A group of Los Angeles teenagers meet every week at their local diner to discuss their latest misadventures in their miserable lives.

Director:

R.D. Robb

Writers:

Bethany Ashton Wolf (as Bethany Ashton), Tawd Beckman | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Bloom ... Brad
Kevin Connolly ... Jeremy
Tobey Maguire ... Ian
Leonardo DiCaprio ... Derek
Jenny Lewis ... Sara
Meadow Sisto Meadow Sisto ... Juliet
Marissa Ribisi ... Tracy
Amber Benson ... Amy
Andre Berryman Andre Berryman ... Band
John Brooks John Brooks ... Band
Jeremy Sisto ... Bernard
Jeffrey Connor Jeffrey Connor ... Band
Toledo Diamond ... Acid Jazz Artist
Walter Davis Walter Davis ... Band
Paula Verise ... Solo Artist
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Storyline

A group of Los Angeles teenagers meet every week at their local diner to discuss their latest misadventures in their miserable lives.

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Comedy | Drama

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Trivia

The birth of the infamous "P*ssy Possee". See more »

Goofs

Near the end before Derek kicks over the table in the bar he is mouthing words but we don't get to hear what he is saying. See more »

Quotes

Sara: [to Derek , who has just exposed a deep secret] You better fucking chew on that fear, 'cuz it isn't going away until you swallow it.
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Connections

References The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) See more »

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Pimps (Freestyling At The Fortune 500 Club)
Written by Boots Riley
Performed by The Coup
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what´s wrong with hands in his pants?
24 January 2001 | by RalfscheapthrillSee all my reviews

Yesterday I saw this piece in a small cinema in the basements of berlin. Great Expectations! LeoTitanico in a film he seems to be ashamed of now. But it´s only about a few guy and girls, hanging out, joking and crying, flirting and hurting. I felt touched and amused like watching nick Cassavetes Jr. doing a remake of one of his grandpa´s "everybody gets drunk except the d.p."-kind of "Pre-Dogma"-movies. You can see in Leo´s acting, that he´s not very concerned about "real" acting... He plays an arrogant but hurt young guy, blaming everyone for the mood he´s in and seems to be interested in nothing but f**king. I felt so old, nearly everyone in the plum is about 20! And I´m 26. So afterwards in the subway-station I read the press-notes and I couldn´t believe my eyes: "If you are over 25 you might not like this film" they say. I hate and love you guys for that!


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Country:

USA | Denmark | Sweden

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 August 2001 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

Saturday Night Club See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$41,939
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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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