When Will I Be Loved

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Directed by James Toback, the erotic drama When Will I Be Loved? revolves around Vera, the debutante girlfriend (Neve Campbell) of a fast-talking hustler (Frederick Weller) who is on the verge of making millions through a big-money gambling venture. Feeling undervalued, Vera explores her sexuality through whatever means she can think of, including explicit discussions with a potential employer, picking up random men, and videotaping steamy trysts with her female lover. When Ford (Weller) proposes that Vera spend ...
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Directed by James Toback, the erotic drama When Will I Be Loved? revolves around Vera, the debutante girlfriend (Neve Campbell) of a fast-talking hustler (Frederick Weller) who is on the verge of making millions through a big-money gambling venture. Feeling undervalued, Vera explores her sexuality through whatever means she can think of, including explicit discussions with a potential employer, picking up random men, and videotaping steamy trysts with her female lover. When Ford (Weller) proposes that Vera spend the night with Italian media mogul Count Tommaso (Dominic Chianese), who is willing to put up 100,000 dollars for the occasion, Vera concocts a scheme to show both men what her true worth really is.
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Special Features

Scene sexplorations with Neve Campbell & director James Toback; Audio commentary by director James Toback; Original theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/25/2005
  • UPC: 027616917188
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:21:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Neve Campbell Vera
Dominic Chianese Count Tommaso
Frederick Weller Ford
Karen Allen Alexandra Barrie,
Barry Primus Victor Barrie
James Toback Professor Hassan Al-Ibrahim Ben Rabinowitz
Joelle Carter Sam
Mike Tyson
Lori Singer
Damon Dash
Richard Turley
Oli "Power" Grant
Technical Credits
James Toback Director, Musical Direction/Supervision, Screenwriter
Robert Bevan Executive Producer
Marco Cattoretti Costumes/Costume Designer
Stu Deutsch Sound/Sound Designer
Timothy Donohue Asst. Director
Suzy Elmiger Editor
Susie Farris Casting
Oli "Power" Grant Score Composer
Keith Hayley Executive Producer
Petra Hoebel Co-producer, Producer
Larry McConkey Cinematographer
Luca Mosca Costumes/Costume Designer
Ron Rotholz Producer
Charlie Savill Executive Producer
Ernesto Solo Production Designer
Piers Tempest Co-producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Title/Deals [:37]
2. Opportunities [3:53]
3. Sexcapades [:00]
4. The Count [12:05]
5. The Proposal [8:10]
6. Lovers [4:25]
7. Parents Pay a Visit [:00]
8. Encounter [5:15]
9. Sold [2:36]
10. Safe Deposit [3:54]
11. Played [2:33]
12. Fire & Ice [:00]
13. Confrontation [2:41]
14. State of Shock [9:20]
15. Satisfaction [3:19]
16. End Credits [:00]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      Audio Commentary by Director-Writer James Toback: On/Off
      Scene Sexplorations With Neve Campbell and Director James Toback
         Scene 1: A Nice Hot Shower
         Scene 2: Girlfriends
         Scene 3: Ford's Big Score
         Scene 4: A Tryst With a Twist
      Theatrical Trailer
      Other MGM Releases
         Code 46
         Wicker Park
         De-Lovely
         Raging Bull
         Confessions of an American Girl
         Kiss the Bride
         More Great MGM Releases
            Lost Junction
            The Business of Strangers
            New York, New York
            Boxcar Bertha
            Out of Time
            The Thomas Crown Affair
            The Thomas Crown Affair
   Subtitles
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The movie might have accomplished just as much by using cardboard cut-outs.

    This was one weird and rather pretentious movie, but it held my interest. It did feel like writer/director Toback forgot to write a third act. Neve Campbell plays a manipulative sexpot whose boyfriend (Fred Weller) prostitutes her to some rich older Italian guy (Dominic Chianese). The situation is pretty much ripped off from “Indecent Proposal.” Toback's film is interesting outside of the plot, especially in the introductory sequence, which cuts back and forth between Campbell and Weller without telling us how they're connected. Through out this film we have some odd cameos thrown in by real people not really playing themselves, including Mike Tyson, Lori Singer, rapper Damon Dash, let alone writer/director James Toback himself playing the name-dropping Professor Hassan al-Ibrahim ben Rabinowitz. I believe Neve Campbell could have done better than this soft-core porn. In this story her character seemed to have it all, but yet still wanted to rebel and test the boundaries, and she needed the million dollars like a hole in the head, since the doting parents were already giving her everything she needed. I won't say how it ended, but it could have been done differently instead of it ending abruptly and unsatisfactorily. I agree with the some reviewers who said that the music was overdone and too loud. I think that was probably done on purpose, to cover up all the lame scenes that would have been horrifically boring otherwise without some sort of distraction. The only really watchable scene that caught my interest was with her and Dominic Chianese. The dialogue and acting during their scene was really interesting. Of course, if you've heard about this movie at all – and most have not, I think – it's because of Neve's naked body. She did the sex thing, and even the lesbian thing, way back in “Wild Things.” That was just barely a step above pornography. The year before that, Neve worked with Robert Altman, in a project which she herself initiated. I guess with “When Will I Be Loved,” she decided that, now that she's becoming a respectful actress, she had to do an art movie where she gets naked and makes out with a girl. In reality, this is about a step and a half above porn. Other than that it’s an interesting little film that has a good performance by Campbell and while this is not exactly riveting in terms of drama it does give fans of Toback another chance to view his unique talent.

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