Sunset Strip

Sunset Strip

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Director: Adam Collis

Cast: Adam Collis, Anna Friel, Simon Baker, Rory Cochrane

     
 

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The days when glam rock at its shaggiest ruled L.A.'s Sunset Strip come alive in this comedy set in 1972. On one day, a number of young artists, musicians, and seekers of fame and fortune find their lives intersecting in the sometimes sleazy heart of California's hipster community, including struggling fashion designer Tammy (Anna Friel), pretentious photographer

Overview

The days when glam rock at its shaggiest ruled L.A.'s Sunset Strip come alive in this comedy set in 1972. On one day, a number of young artists, musicians, and seekers of fame and fortune find their lives intersecting in the sometimes sleazy heart of California's hipster community, including struggling fashion designer Tammy (Anna Friel), pretentious photographer Michael (Simon Baker), sensitive songwriter Felix (Rory Cochrane), and his dashiki-clad manager Green (Adam Goldberg). Sunset Strip was co-written by Randall Jahnson, who previously examined the rock scene in his scripts for The Doors and Dudes; Adam Collis made his directorial debut with this film.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/01/2004
UPC:
0024543118091
Original Release:
2000
Rating:
R
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:30:00

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anna Friel Tammy
Simon Baker Michael
Rory Cochrane Felix
Nick Stahl Zach
Adam Goldberg Green
Jared Leto Glen
John Randolph Mr. Niederhaus
Tommy Flanagan Actor
Krista Allen Jennifer
Mary Lynn Rajskub Eileen
Sebastian Robertson Busboy

Technical Credits
Adam Collis Director
Fanee Aaron Set Decoration/Design
Toni Basil Choreography
Bruce Cannon Editor
Cynthia Kay Charette Production Designer
Stewart Copeland Score Composer
Russell DeGrazier Screenwriter
James Dodson Executive Producer
Ron Fortunato Cinematographer
Stephanie J. Gordon Set Decoration/Design
Randall Jahnson Screenwriter
Robert Kensinger Set Decoration/Design
Art Linson Producer
John Linson Producer
Louis Shaw Milito Asst. Director
Ha Nguyen Costumes/Costume Designer
Benjamin Patrick Sound/Sound Designer
Don Phillips Casting

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Fullscreen
1. Local Color/Main Titles [5:15]
2. A New Day [2:31]
3. A Social Disease [3:23]
4. The Costumer [2:09]
5. Jam Session [2:08]
6. Duncan Reed [2:17]
7. A Photo Shoot [8:52]
8. At the Market [:30]
9. At Tammy's Shop [6:41]
10. Music in the Hills [4:36]
11. A Trouble With Colors [1:01]
12. At the Whiskey [6:03]
13. The New Music [1:36]
14. Duncan Performs [3:39]
15. Leaving L.A.? [2:57]
16. At Canter's [3:57]
17. Tammy and Michael [5:11]
18. Music in the Alley [3:29]
19. Epilogue [2:28]
20. End Titles [2:25]
Side #2 -- Widescreen
1. Local Color/Main Titles [5:15]
2. A New Day [2:31]
3. A Social Disease [3:23]
4. The Costumer [2:09]
5. Jam Session [2:08]
6. Duncan Reed [2:17]
7. A Photo Shoot [8:52]
8. At the Market [:30]
9. At Tammy's Shop [6:41]
10. Music in the Hills [4:36]
11. A Trouble With Colors [1:01]
12. At the Whiskey [6:03]
13. The New Music [1:36]
14. Duncan Performs [3:39]
15. Leaving L.A.? [2:57]
16. At Canter's [3:57]
17. Tammy and Michael [5:11]
18. Music in the Alley [3:29]
19. Epilogue [2:28]
20. End Titles [2:25]

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Sunset Strip 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sunset Strip was a good try but didn't really satisfy my experience. Seeing Sunset Strip increased my admiration for Boogie Nights and The Doors, which both were done brilliantly, given the circumstances of trying to capture the `70's feelings while being in the 90's. Sunset Strip comes short on few things. I am not feeling sure where the movie was telling me. The lack of meaning in the film also had let me down. The characters were fair but slightly corny. Seeing Jared Leto trying to be Brad Pitt gives me a 'rolling my eyes' look cause there is no way he can be Brad Pitt, no matter how hard he tries. There were a few genuine comedic scenes that gave a good amount of energy to get the movie going. Although short to the end, the ending was too abrupt. Overall, I feel the movie gave it a good try. Really, there is nothing much of good or bad to comment on.