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Clean (2004)

Not Rated | | Drama , Thriller | 2004 (USA)
Maynard Yates is trying to clean up his life when chance gives him a job as a limousine driver. He is soon chauffeuring the Hollywood elite and finds himself emerged in the dark, seedy ... See full summary »

Writers:

Nyle Cavazos Garcia, Jane Gaffney (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Paolo Cascardo ... Maynard Yates
Patrick Fabian ... Bobby Frankin
Tamara Mello ... Audrey
George Loros George Loros ... Harvey Schreiber
Lee Burns ... Peter Best
J. Cynthia Brooks ... Gigi
Devery Doleman Devery Doleman ... Marsha Kaplan
Jessica Gannon ... Emma
Matthew James ... A.K. Willis
Michael Rose ... Freddie (as Michael Edward Rose)
William Stanford Davis ... Foster
Penelope Fortier Penelope Fortier ... Connie (Marsha's Assistant)
David Muller ... Jim (Marsha's Boyfriend)
Cassidy Durrell Cassidy Durrell ... Danny (Guy in Club)
Jenna Bari ... Jenny (Girl in Club)
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Maynard Yates is trying to clean up his life when chance gives him a job as a limousine driver. He is soon chauffeuring the Hollywood elite and finds himself emerged in the dark, seedy underbelly of celebrity: sex, addiction, money, fame, greed, lies, power and betrayal. When his own bad habits return, Maynard is unwillingly led into a downward spiral and slowly realizes that he may be the driver but he's not in control. Written by Nyle Cavazos Garcia

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driver | sex | power | money | limousine | See All (15) »

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He may be the driver, but he's not in control. See more »

Genres:

Drama | Thriller

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

Nightfire Films

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2004 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$250,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Harvey Schreiber: You ever hear of the Mexican crab? When you put a bunch of them in a barrel and one tries to escape, the rest will grab onto him and pull him back in. No one moves forward. No one gets out. That's celebrity, kid. That's LA.
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Ugh
16 June 2012 | by fantaziusmalareSee all my reviews

A friend of mine lent me a screener of this film. I was told at the particular screening my friend went to there, was more laughter and walk outs than any other film. With good reason.

This is ultra bad film school writing, directing, acting, shooting and editing at it's most insipidly hispterish worst complete with coke sniffing off body scars (sorry kids, you are not cronenberg), badly acted sex (I feel sorry for everyone involved), and crappy cinematography. Editing makes no sense, ackward cuts and matchs, not in a good way. No sense of flow even within scenes. Acting is hollow al la 'cool' indie crap. The dialogue and writing is perhaps some of the most illogically stupid and amateurish drivel any bad actor has been tasked with. not even pacino could work this garbage. wow. just, wow.

Paul Morrissey minus the talent.


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