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  • Genres : Comedy
  • Languages : English
  • Year of production : 1995
  • Cinema release date : 21/06/1995
  • Duration : 1h30'
  • Budget : $500,000
  • Incomes : $1,000,000

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  • Wednesday 21 June 1995
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  • Wednesday 13 September 1995
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  • Vivir rodando (España)


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Living in Oblivion (1995)

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Living In Oblivion is divided into three parts, all of which concern the making of a low-budget movie featuring the same director, crew and substantially the same cast.

Part one: director Nick Reve is shooting a low-budget independent film in the middle of New York City. The catering crew are under-funded and apathetic, deciding not to replace a carton of milk that has been on the craft service table for a week. The scene being shot is a difficult one: a young woman, Ellen, reproaches her elderly mother for not intervening when the father beat Ellen as a child. However, on the set, just about everything that can go wrong does go wrong: shots are spoiled because of the microphone boom being visible; the camera assistant fails to keep the shot in focus; Cora, the actress playing the mother, forgets her lines; and Nicole, the actress playing Ellen, becomes increasingly unfocused and careless.


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