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:
Released:
Oct 27th, 1995
Budget:
$4,000,000.00
Revenue:
$49,800,000.00
Country:
USA

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- Nicolas Cage researched his character by binge drinking and visiting many hospitalized career alcoholics. Elisabeth Shue associated with prostitutes and interviewed them on the strip in Las Vegas.More

- The bartender at the breakfast/biker bar that wipes the blood from Ben's face is played by Julian Lennon, son of John Lennon. The dark-haired prostitute at the casino bar is played by Law and…More

- Besides composing the score for the film, director Mike Figgis also played the trumpet and keyboards on the film's soundtrack.

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