R | | Drama
The drug-induced utopias of four Coney Island people are shattered when their addictions run deep.
(at around 44 mins) During Ellen Burstyn's impassioned monologue about how it feels to be old, cinematographer Matthew Libatique accidentally let the camera drift off-target. When director Darren Aronofsky called "cut" and confronted him about it, he realized the reason Libatique had let the ... ...
Tyrone C. Love:
(at around 5 mins) When Harry and Tyrone pawn the TV, there is a goose-neck lamp behind Mr. Rabinowitz that changes position between shots.
The closing credits feature pictures of Coney Island Amusement Park, and during the credits, the sounds of the shore can be heard.
$64,770 (USA) (8 October 2000)
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