Delirious (2006)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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An offbeat drama focused on a homeless youth, a pop music siren and a member of the paparazzi.


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  • Steve Buscemi at an event for Delirious (2006)
  • Gina Gershon at an event for Delirious (2006)
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3 September 2007 | azeffer
10
| Sharp writing, excellent acting
Delirius has perhaps done the impossible. That is manage to blend equal parts cynicism and fantasy. These opposite qualities work off one another and result in a gem of a movie.

The smart observations of the celebrity industry are right on the mark. Yet the movie doesn't drown in satire. Human touches are smoothly interwoven into the plot. Most noteworthy is a scene when Steve Buscemi is desperately trying to attain approval from his sterile, rather nasty old parents. Also a standout moment is the scene that takes place at Kharma's hotel, when she first brings Toby there. It is amusing to see Buscemi's character Les become unraveled at Toby's success. Somehow the ending seemed so right, again showing hope and the good side of human nature among the muck of a mercenary, dog-eat-dog world.

The cast is excellent and the acting superb. This is a little cinematic treasure that deserves some recognition.

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