2 girls wait outside a young actor's door and find out he's had them both as "only" girlfriend the last 10 months. They wait inside after breaking in. When Blake comes home he just can't stop lying but they stay.
Two girls, Carla and Lou meet on the street outside a loft waiting for their boyfriends. In a short time, they find out that they're waiting for the same guy - young actor Blake, who said that he loves only her to both of them but was actually leading double life for a few months already. Angry, they break into his loft and when he returns, a round of accusations and explanations begins.Written by
Actress/comedienne Natasha Leggero told Jimmy Kimmell on a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmell Live that producer James Toback sexually harassed her during the audition process for this movie. More than 395 women have accused Toback of harassment. See more »
The liquor bottle refills in one shot just before Blake returns. See more »
Call me daddy. Call me daddy. Bend over and squeal like the pig that you are for offering me this job.
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The US R-rated version was edited to make an oral sex scene less explicit. This cut version was also released to UK cinemas, but the current UK video release is the longer, uncut version. See more »
You Don't Know Me
Written by Cindy Walker (as C. Walker) and Eddy Arnold (as E. Arnold)
Performed by Dubcheck and Sarah Shannon of Velocity Girl
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What just happened to me????
I had to watch this movie twice just to make sure I watched the WHOLE thing. This movie has been reviewed by some pretty snotty people that think it's genius. If genius is defined by making the viewer uncomfortable, then yes this is a work of genius.
This movie is dark and disturbing. I get the feeling that Robert Downey, Jr. is playing himself. There is a very dark scene where he confronts himself in the mirror, and I don't think anyone could have possibly written that dialogue.
This movie pushes the envelope on the way we think about relationships. The gritty, unrehearsed style may be a bit rough on an audience that is used to a polished performance.
I didn't hate it, but I didn't love it. Robert Downey, Jr. is always worth watching, even when it isn't much fun.
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