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Daring to tread in the footsteps of Billy Wilder, Paul Morrissey and Andrew Lloyd Webber, Christopher Coppola's tongue-in-cheek spin on SUNSET BOULEVARD stars brother Marc (a ringer for... See more »

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Agnes
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Curson Beeley
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Morgan
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Sara
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Rusty
Elizabeth Seton ...
Vera
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Gus
Simone Goldstene ...
Chelsea
Ernie Mirich ...
Lawyer
Stephanie Drewel ...
Rusty's Daughter
Brad Wyman ...
Manager
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Agent
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Coleen
Miles Marsico ...
Young Curson
Daisy Nystul ...
Tecia
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Doggie
Kitt Kowalski ...
Casting Agent
Mack Dryden ...
Bartender
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Tourist
Steve Hedden ...
Neighbor
Jay Hastings ...
Tailor
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Late Night Host
Peter Dolan ...
Waiter
Dodd Harris ...
Maitre d'
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Photographer
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Torrie Allen-Derrick ...
Party girl
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Sit Com Kid in Photo Shoot
Adrienne Stout ...
Tourist (as Adrienne Stout-Coppola)
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Restaurant Patron

Directed by

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Christopher Coppola

Written by

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Nick Johnson ... ()

Produced by

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Nicolas Cage ... producer
Christopher Coppola ... executive producer
Marc Coppola ... executive producer
Mark Ean ... producer
Jonas Hudson ... co-executive producer
Alain Silver ... producer

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Jim Fox

Cinematography by

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Richard Cantu

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Nate Bashor
Dan Perrett
Travis Spangler

Casting By

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Jeanette O'Connor ... (as Gennette Tondino)
Ted Warren

Production Design by

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Isabelle Stamper

Art Direction by

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Edouard Barret

Costume Design by

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Nikki Siegenberg

Makeup Department

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Soo-Jin Yoon ... makeup designer

Production Management

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Ryan Davidson ... post-production supervisor
Mark Ean ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Rick Feder ... first assistant director
Eric Forsberg ... second assistant director
Joth Riggs ... second assistant director

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Ian Boyd ... re-recording mixer
Dan Mossberg ... production sound mixer

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Tim Sabatino ... steadicam operator

Other crew

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Arthur Dix ... script supervisor
Cory Neilson ... assistant to director
Adrienne Stout ... production executive (as Adrienne Coppola)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Daring to tread in the footsteps of Billy Wilder, Paul Morrissey and Andrew Lloyd Webber, Christopher Coppola's tongue-in-cheek spin on SUNSET BOULEVARD stars brother Marc (a ringer for third sibling Nicolas Cage, an executive producer here) as a pizza delivery guy who dreams of recapturing his onetime glory as a child television star. Delivering a pie, he's adopted as protégé and sex toy by a wealthy, retired broadcast executive (Barbara Bain, who starred on the original 1960s MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE series). While this appears to be a stroke of good fortune, it increasingly becomes more of a curse for our hapless hero. Coppola's usual penchant for eccentric casting gives colorful supporting roles to the likes of R&B legend Lou Rawls and scream queen Jennifer Rubin. - Dennis Harvey

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  • Bel Air (United States)
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  • 110 min
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