The Photographer (2000 film)
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The Photographer is a 2000 comedy film directed by Jeremy Stein. It revolves around a photographer who has a single evening to find 10 magical photographs, or else he stands to lose everything that is important to him.
DVD cover for The Photographer
|Directed by||Jeremy Stein|
|Produced by||Peter O. Almond|
|Written by||Jeremy Stein|
Anthony Michael Hall
|Music by||Andrew Hollander|
|Edited by||Sylvia Waliga|
A year after becoming the toast of New York City's art scene, photographer Max Martin has lost his ability to take a decent picture. On the night before his make-or-break gallery opening, surrounded by the trappings of success, but devoid of inspiration, Max embarks on a bizarre trek through the city in search of 10 mysterious photographs that could save his career. Accompanied by an unlikely crew of strangers he meets along the way, Max trips through a modern-day Oz, and rediscovers the easily forgotten value of seeing magic reflected in everyday life.
A number of notable members of the New York independent film scene made appearances in the movie.
- Reg Rogers as Max Martin
- Tina Holmes as Amy
- Anthony Michael Hall as Greg
- Marisa Berenson as Julie Morris
- Kristen Wilson as Schuyler
- Fenton Lawless as Bartender
- Richard Bright as Drunk in Bar
- Tom Noonan as Butler
- Josh Stamberg as Peter Morgan
- Alex Draper as Nelson Stanley
- John Heard as Marcello
- Rob Campbell as Romeo
- Michael Shannon as Maurice
- Maggie Gyllenhaal as Mira
- Leslie Lyles as Zora
- Chris Bauer as Paul
- Siobhan Fallon as Crazy Lady
- Missy Yager as Judy
- Miles Chapin as Steve
- Mary Alice as Violet
- Ritchie Coster as Attacker #1
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