L.A. Without a Map (1998)

Unrated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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A British writer pursues a young actress to Hollywood and needs all the help he can get to win her love.


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2 November 2004 | claudio_carvalho
8
| A Lovely and Delightful Cult-Movie
In Bradford, England, the undertaker Richard (David Tennant) meets the American aspirant actress and waiter Barbara (Vinessa Shaw) and they spend some time together. Richard love movies, his great idol is Johnny Depp and he likes to write novels and obituaries. His girlfriend Joy (Saskia Reeves) is the daughter of a wealthy man. Barbara returns to Los Angeles, and Richard decides to look for her, without having her address. He finds her and decides to stay in Los Angeles, becoming friend of Moss (Vincent Gallo) and Julie (Julie Delpy). While working cleaning swimming-pools with Moss, Richard tries to become a writer and has to fight for the love of Barbara against the young and arrogant director Patterson (Cameron Bancroft), who wants only to have sex with her. 'Los Angeles Without a Map' is a lovely and delightful cult-movie, with the participation of many well-known persons. A highly recommended entertainment, having many funny situations. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): 'Absolutamente Los Angeles' ('Absolutely Los Angeles')

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