R | | Drama
The drug-induced utopias of four Coney Island people are shattered when their addictions run deep.
(At around 1 hour 16 minutes) When Marion calls Big Tim, there is a shot of his phone number on a piece of paper. It was not the standard "555-" number used in movies. They were able to get away with this because only six digits of the phone number are visible. However, if you listen carefully, Tyrone does speak all seven digits. But after the scene where Harry is with the doctor, Marion turns over the photograph of her and Harry, revealing the full telephone number.
Good afternoon, Mrs. Goldfarb.
Sara Goldfarb: Good afternoon, Mr. Rabinowitz, although I'm not so sure how good it is.
(at around 12 mins) When Sara is trying on the red dress but it won't zip up all the way, in the mirror behind her you can see the 'fat suit' used to give Ellen Burstyn the larger appearance.
Ending Credits look like a syringe while scrolling.
In the opening credits for the edited version, when the title card "Requiem for a Dream" crashes down, underneath it is a red box with red lettering that reads "edited version", making it clear to the viewer that they are not seeing the true version of the film.
$64,770 (USA) (8 October 2000)
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