R | | Drama
The drug-induced utopias of four Coney Island people are shattered when their addictions run deep.
(At around 1 hour 11 minutes) During one scene in which Sara is hallucinating, her entire apartment is taken apart piece by piece as though it were the set of a television show. Several crewmembers of the mock television show pass Ellen Burstyn in her chair, ... ...
Everything's all mixed up, confused.
Dr. Pill: That's nothing to worry about. Just get this filled. Make an appointment for a week.
(at around 55 mins) When Marion stabs Arnold in the hand with a fork, you can see fork marks on the fake hand from rehearsal.
Ending Credits look like a syringe while scrolling.
The edited version replaces the shot of Marion and another woman having sex with two men with a shot of Marion partially clothed climbing on top of a man. Also, all the shots of the double-ended dildo and the shots of Marion and the woman having sex on it have been replaced with alternate camera angles and shots that hide any indication that the two are having anal sex on it. Some shots were also re-used to hide the close-ups of the two butts slamming together.
Bugs' Got a Devilish Grin Conga
Performed by The Moonrats
Marcel Reginatto - Saxophone, Vocals
Brian Emrich - Bass Guitar, Vocals
Oscar Oñoz - Trumpet, Vocals
Theodore Birkey - Keyboards, Vocals
Tico Torres (as Hector Torres) - Percussion, Vocals
Darren Aronofsky - Vocals
Engineered, Programmed and Mixed by James Murphy for DFA at Plantain Recording House NYC
$64,770 (USA) (8 October 2000)
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