Cityscrapes: Los Angeles

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Film

Cityscrapes: Los Angeles is a 1994 dram film by director Michael Becker and co-written by him and Carlos Aragon and Robert Montalbano.

Plot

In 10 intertwined stories, the film is a journey through lives of youths in a post modern Los Angeles.

Cast

  • Max Perlich as Mack
  • David Packer as Bill
  • Adam Scott as Joe
  • Daphne Zuniga as Chantal
  • Ione Skye as Young Woman
  • Donovan Leitch as Troy
  • Leslie Hope as Katie
  • Balthazar Getty as Leader
  • Justin Herwick as Ben
  • Noah Blake as Peter
  • Ele Keats as Chloe
  • Dana Ashbrook as Hipster
  • Timothy Leary as Philip
  • Kevyn Major Howard as Sean
  • Vanessa Angel as Trouble
  • Lala Sloatman as Angel
  • Ashlie Rhey as Bombshell
  • Sarah Buxton as Actress / Waitress
  • John Reilly as Manager
  • Adam Horovitz as Young Man
  • Christian Bocher as Miles
  • Kevin Misher as Studio Executive
  • Willie Garson as John
  • Jackson James as Pack
  • Hana Delaney as Pack
  • Doug White as Pack
  • Barry O'Rourke as Dean
  • Nigel Mogg as Rocker
  • Russell Scott as Casting Director A
  • Richard Scott as Casting Director B
  • Anthony Powers as Father
  • Maya McLaughlin as Jerri
  • Justen Dardis as Policeman A
  • Robert Gant as Policeman B
  • Brent Bolthouse as Tat
  • Guy Ferland as Director A
  • Tony Scott as Director B
  • Robert Gregory Scott as Waiter
  • Joe King as Jake The Flake
  • Peter Murnik as Elliot
  • Mitch Rubman as Night Manager
  • Richard Gabai as Guy In Line
  • Joe Toppe as Tom
  • Amanda Anka as Tamara
  • Kate Parselle as Sue
  • Erin Beattie as Stunning Beauty
  • Renee Parent as 2nd Stunning Beauty
  • Anissa Knowlton as Actress
  • David Russo as Donut Clerk
  • Joan Jones as Donut Clerk
  • Barbara Sheridan as Alexa
  • Nadia Barker as Girl In Line
  • Kat as Doorman
  • Patrick Vollkommer as Bartender
  • Mike Messek as D.J.
  • Jessica Elliot as Beauty
  • Tanya Marquardt as Beauty
  • John Friend as Security Guard
  • Christopher Dempsey as Dave

Reception

References

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