A satire set in the contemporary art world scene of Los Angeles, where big money artists and mega-collectors pay a high price when art collides with commerce.
From the writer and director of "Nightcrawler"
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Did You Know?
When Dan Gilroy
was asked by Vanity Fair what he wants audiences take away from the film, he said: "I hope people look at art in a slightly different way. Any time you listen to a piece of music or look at a sculpture or a painting or a film, you realize the artists behind that have invested what I believe to be their creative soul into the work. To me, that's a bit of a sacred thing and I think we've lost that a little bit. I would love it if we could return to that." See more
Several characters are seen smoking in the galleries. This is a major breach of etiquette in the art world and likely against laws regarding smoking in public (filmed in Miami, there is a Florida statute banning public smoking). See more
We don't realize the value of friends until they're gone.
During the first part of the credits, Piers is creating art in the sand. See more
Trigger Bang Bang
Written by Red Rosamond and AG
Performed by Red Rosamond
Courtesy of Byaginc See more