Simon Templar (The Saint), is a thief for hire, whose latest job to steal the secret process for cold fusion puts him at odds with a traitor bent on toppling the Russian government, as well as the woman who holds its secret.
The story of the famous and influential 1960s rock band The Doors and its lead singer and composer, Jim Morrison, from his days as a UCLA film student in Los Angeles, to his untimely death in Paris, France at age 27 in 1971.
Hoping to convince his wife that a promotion across the country could change their lives, Brian takes her on a trip to a faded resort town where they once honeymooned. Here, Brian is forced to examine his own marriage, fears, and integrity.
After the murder of his beloved wife, Danny Parker is set adrift in a world where nothing is as it seems. On his journey he befriends slacker Jimmy the Finn and becomes involved in rescuing his neighbor Colette from her own demons. Danny is antagonized by undercover narcotics agents and sadistic dealer Pooh-Bear.Written by
Peter Sarsgaard grew in a mullet over a three month period for the film. During this time he also went to crystal meth anonymous meetings and various juvenile halls. See more »
When listing the ingredients needed to manufacture methamphetamine, Tom/Danny states that match heads are needed for the red phosphorus - in fact, the phosphorus is located in the striking surface of the matchbooks. See more »
[slamming Danny against a car]
You are nothing, piece of shit, you understand me? Nothing!
[wonderingly, after a pause]
I never noticed your eyes were hazel.
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The Producers wish to gratefully thank the Salton Sea Sector of the California State Parks for its cooperation. We encourage the support of this unique natural resource. See more »
A perfect example of what is wrong with the movie industry
I have watched thousands of movies and the vast majorities of them are predictable. The Salton Sea is an intriguing film that keeps you entertained with never ending plot twists. This is the type of movie that deserves and Academy Award for being intelligent. After watching this movie on cable, I felt cheated that I never had the opportunity to see it in the theater. If the movie industry wants to survive it must continue to produce great films like this and let them play in the theater instead of the strait to video trend if it does not test well in front of some Bible belt audience. It is sad that I go to the theater weekly to see movies and leave unfulfilled, and then when I get home, I see a wonderful film like the Salton Sea. I am at the point of giving up on the theater and sticking to cable for good movies.
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