A satire set in the contemporary art world scene of Los Angeles, where big money artists and mega-collectors pay a high price when art collides with commerce.
From the writer and director of "Nightcrawler"
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Did You Know?
When asked how he came up with the names in the film, director Dan Gilroy
states that his love for Charles Dickens's novels inspired him. Gilroy states to Thrillist, "Dickens was a master at using large casts and defining them in incredible ways, and one of the ways he did them was with names. It was slightly elevated, almost hyper-real names. I've always been interested in using names to flesh out a character." He goes on to state, "In this campy, kitschy satire of a world we were creating, I wanted names that were a little over the top. I do collect names. I have files of names. Morf Vandewalt is a name I came along a number of years ago in research." See more
Several characters are seen smoking in the galleries. This is a major breach of etiquette in the art world and likely against laws regarding smoking in public (filmed in Miami, there is a Florida statute banning public smoking). See more
I make you hard, huh?
You make me confused.
Tough headspace for a critic.
During the first part of the credits, Piers is creating art in the sand. See more
Sleeping on My Own
Written by Geoffroy Sauve and Max-Antoine Gendron
Performed by Geoffroy
Courtesy of Bonsounds Records See more