Welcome to L.A. (1976)

R   |    |  Drama, Music, Romance


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The lives and romantic entanglements of a group of young adults who have achieved "overnight" success in Los Angeles.

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  • Keith Carradine in Welcome to L.A. (1976)
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  • Keith Carradine in Welcome to L.A. (1976)
  • Keith Carradine and Denver Pyle in Welcome to L.A. (1976)

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6 August 2006 | caa821
10
| Many characters interacting - and Keith interacting with everyone!
This film has a users' rating of precisely the mean average between the lowest of "1" and the highest of "10" -- "5.5." Put me at the very top. Charting the interaction among the sizable cast of characters would look like one of those illustrations of the structure of a molecule or chemical compound. Everybody interacts with multiple others, often in different relationships, and occasionally with the knowledge of, say, the other's spouse or significant other, usually not. Keith Caradine's character certainly knows well his father, and his father's prime business right-hand man, played by Harvey Keitel - but neither of these is aware of his romantic interaction with Dad's girl friend or Harvey's wife. Keith has a lot on his hands in this film, between all of the women interested in him, and his music. Sissy Spacek cleans for him (topless yet, and is one of the few females with whom he is platonic); Sally Kellerman is interested in Keith, and Sally's husband is interested in Sissy (oh, and Harvey is interested in Sally)... and on, and on. Thoroughly fascinating film, with Altman's fingerprints all over it, and (in my opinion, to the contrary of some others) great music. An interesting romp, and the Carradine character is so strange, he completes the full circle away from "normal" so that he almost gets back there, and becomes someone with whom you can empathize.

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