Leaving Las Vegas

1995

R

112 Min

Leaving Las Vegas

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Leaving Las Vegas – The sadly beautiful film based on the book of the same name by John O’Brian portrays two lonely people in society. Nicholas Cage won an Oscar for his performance as the alcoholic Ben Sanderson.

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Director:
N/A
Released:
Oct 27th, 1995
Revenue:
$49,800,000.00
Country:
USA

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Leaving behind his crumbling life, an alcoholic moves to Las Vegas, to drink himself to death. Unexpected grace befalls him when he meets a beautiful, bitter hooker. Multi-award winning and…

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- Permits were not issued for some street scenes. Hence, some scenes were done in one shot, to avoid any police contact.

- Ben doesn't eat a single thing during the entire film. This reinforces his dependence on alcohol as chronic alcoholics usually forget to eat or can't force food down. During the restaurant…More

- The movie that Ben and Sera are watching when they lie by the pool at the Desert Hotel is The Third Man.

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