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Less Than Zero|Andrew Mccarthy
Less Than Zero
Andrew Mccarthy and Jami Gertz
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Overview

Friendship is central to these characters as they try to find their way in the fast lane on the fastest track of all - the disengaged, super affluent, young Beverly Hills lifestyle. LESS THAN ZERO is based on Bret Easton Ellis's novel of the same name and stars Andrew McCarthy, James Spader, Robert Downey Jr., and Jami Gertz.

Awards:

Main Cast & Crew:
Marek Kanievska - Director
Andrew McCarthy
Jami Gertz
Robert Downey Jr.
James Spader
Michael Bowen
Nicholas Pryor
Tony Bill

    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (New Packaging)
  • Run Time: 98
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 024543025184
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: March 2002

Synopsis:
Drama about the wealthy, nihilistic, and drug-using young adults of Los Angeles. Film focuses on dopehead Julian, straightlaced Clay, and Clay's girlfriend Blair, the latter two desperately trying to help Julian "clean up", but to no avail. In fact, Julian's problem becomes even worse, largely due to his sleazy, unsympathetic drug dealer.

Reviews:
"...Stylishness that is quite spectacular....Downey gives a performance that is desperately moving..." - 11/06/1987 New York Times, p.C23


"...[Spader] is terrifically smarmy....Visually, the picture is a treat..." - 11/11/1987 Variety