A young woman decides to get even with her abusive boyfriend.


Jean-Marc Vallée





Cast overview, first billed only:
Laurel Holloman ... Lily Delacroix
Andy Davoli ... Tim (as Andy Davoli)
Rachel Robinson ... Kilo
Burt Young ... Sydney Delacroix
Lauren Hutton ... Annie Delacroix
Claudia Santorelli Claudia Santorelli ... Pam
David Goldsmith ... Jared
Brianna Shea Russo ... Young Lily (as Brianna Russo)
Brandon Fox Brandon Fox ... The Voyuer
Michael Batt Michael Batt ... Chef Jon-Michelle
Felipe 'Flip Gonzalez Felipe 'Flip Gonzalez ... Cook
Rose Maria Fernandez Rose Maria Fernandez ... Vera
Leo J. Hatem Leo J. Hatem ... Butler
Mickey Coffey Mickey Coffey ... Chauffer
Remy Auberjonois ... Bartender


A young woman decides to get even with her abusive boyfriend.

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you can only push a woman so far... See more »


Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for strong sexuality, violence and language | See all certifications »

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Lily Delacroix: What are you doing?
Tim: We're leaving.
[he clears his throat]
Lily Delacroix: What? Oh, God, You don't feel the need to tell me that bit of information?
Tim: Nope.
Lily Delacroix: What's the matter?
Tim: You fuckin' embarrassed me!
Lily Delacroix: [scoffs] God, what are you talking about? I was just joking around, I wasn't even being serious.
Tim: Yeah, well you were rude.
Lily Delacroix: [scoffs] What? God, what is the big deal?
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Rollin' Kilo G
15 June 2005 | by JasonVoorhees-3See all my reviews

The only good thing ( and I do mean ONLY good thing) about this utter waste of celluloid is the fact that Rachel Robinson, who plays the lead's best friend, Kilo, in the movie is really hot. I know that's pretty sad when the best thing about a movie is nothing more than the attractiveness of the supporting actress, but watch it and agree with me that nothing else in this movie mattered. I'm serious here people, this is one of those movies that you can watch and while your watching it, if you concentrate hard enough, you can actually FEEL your IQ points dropping with each passing minute, your brain cells being sucked away from you like Pepsi through a straw. Everyone who watched this "film", if one can so call it that, is now dumber for having seen it. It is really a shame that Rachel was never in anything else, because she was the only one ( and I do mean ONLY one) in the movie who could act worth a sh*t. Also, she managed to somehow appear cute as a button and sexy as hell at the same time, especially in the end when she was wearing that black dress..... Dear God she was hot then. Anyway, before I have to go take a cold shower, I will continue. I give this a 7/10, but those points are for Rachel, not for the movie. I rate the movie as a big fat 1 out of 10. Would vote it negative if possible.

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Release Date:

April 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Loser Love See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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