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Thursday, 22 January 2009

The Informers - Trailer

Bret Easton Ellis adapts his own acclaimed novel for the screen, returning to the Los Angeles of the early 1980’s with a multi-strand narrative that deftly balances a vast array of characters who represent both the top of the heap (a Hollywood dream merchant, a dissolute rock star, an aging newscaster) and the bottom (a voyeuristic doorman, an amoral ex-con). Connecting all his intertwining strands are the quintessential Ellis protagonists—a group of beautiful, blonde young men and women who sleep all day and party all night, doing drugs—and one another—with abandon, never realizing that they are dancing on the edge of a volcano.

Starring Billy Bob Thornton, Kim Basinger, Winona Ryder and Mickey Rourke.

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Pat said...

i remember watchign clips for this waaay back and the same thing still bugs me: visually it doesnt jump at you that this is set in the 80s. i mean yea the costumes might hint at it and so does the soundtack...but it feels like there somehting missing. anyone agree? still looking forward to seeing it.

Live for films said...

I see what you are getting at Pat. Still not sure whether I am interested in seeing the film or not. Nothing's really grabbed me about it at the moment