Less Than Zero

Less Than Zero

Director: Marek Kanievska Cast: Andrew McCarthy, Jami Gertz, Robert Downey Jr.

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Overview

Less Than Zero

This drama about affluent Los Angeles teens is taken from the novel by Bret Easton Ellis. Clay (Andrew McCarthy) is a college freshman who returns home during Christmas break. Clay's old flame Blair (Jamie Gertz) is now more interested in her new beau Julian (Robert Downey, Jr.), the fun-loving party boy with a penchant for drugs. While Clay tries to rekindle a thing with Blair, Julian becomes addicted to cocaine and starts freebasing. Julian's friends try halfheartedly to intervene, with no success. Soon he is so far in debt to drug dealer Rip (James Spader) that Julian becomes a male prostitute, whoring for enough money for his next fix. Michael Bowen co-stars with Tony Bill and Nicholas Pryor in this trip into the seamy world of darkness in sunny California.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/05/2002
UPC: 0024543025184
Original Release: 1987
Rating: R
Source: 20th Century Fox
Sales rank: 6,449

Special Features

Theatrical trailers & TV spots; Anamorphic widescreen (aspect ratio 1.85:1); Audio: English 4.0 surround, English Dolby surround, French mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Andrew McCarthy Clay Easton
Jami Gertz Blair
Robert Downey Julian Wells
James Spader Rip
Michael Bowen Hop
Tony Bill Bradford Easton
Nicholas Pryor Benjamin Wells
Donna Mitchell Elaine Easton
Lisanne Falk Patti
Michael Greene Robert Wells
Neith Hunter Alana
Afton Smith Kim
Brian Wimmer Trent
Kelly Wolf Lile
Flea Musician #1
Jayne Modean Cindy
Jude Mussetter Alice
Jessica Puscas Little Girl
Eric Walker Seth Wells
Scott Warner Teenager #1
Brittain Frye Teenager #2
Afrika Islam D.J
Sarah Buxton Markie
Jeannette Kerner Margery Easton

Technical Credits
Marek Kanievska Director
Jon Avnet Producer
Peter E. Berger Editor
Glenn Berkovitz Sound/Sound Designer
Michael Cristofer Screenwriter
Richard Hornung Costumes/Costume Designer
Jordan Kerner Producer
Edward Lachman Cinematographer
Barbara Ling Production Designer
Deborah Love Asst. Director
Thomas Newman Score Composer
Nancy Nye Set Decoration/Design
Harley Peyton Screenwriter
Stephen Rice Art Director
Rick Rubin Score Composer
David Rubin Casting
Michael Tronick Editor
Marvin Worth Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
255. Scene Selection
1. Three Friends [:12]
2. Coming Home(Titles) [:16]
3. Alana's Party [5:43]
4. Blair [3:33]
5. Julian [3:08]
6. Together Again [2:43]
7. The Next Day [1:43]
8. Uncle Bob [6:39]
9. Merry Christmas [1:18]
10. That Old Feeling [4:12]
11. Father and Son [1:59]
12. Looking for Julian [2:15]
13. Bad News [4:24]
14. Even Steven [3:02]
15. A Private Party [:11]
16. Fifty Thousand [5:15]
17. Mother's Jewelry [1:26]
18. Searching the Clubs [2:09]
19. Strung Out [3:54]
20. Limited Options [:51]
21. Rip's Message [2:06]
22. It's Over [1:50]
23. Rock Bottom [5:36]
24. Everyone Is Accountable [2:38]
25. Back to L.A. [4:35]
26. Death in the Desert [2:46]
27. Going Away [:12]
28. End Titles [2:03]

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Less Than Zero 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
a very good movie .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I watched this movie as a teenager and loved it so I had to buy it to watch again. Still great and I still cried even when knowing the ending. Robert Downey is just awesome and his life took some of the same roads his character took, but he's back and it's great to see how his life could have went, but didn't. If you like his new movies this is a must see. James Spader plays his bad drug dealer part great and Jami Gertz is my favorite female actor due to this movie and The Lost Boys. Andrew McCarty plays a great straight man. Timeless movie!
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