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Vic (film)

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Director  Sage Stallone
Music director  Franco Micalizzi
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Language  English
7.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Short, Drama
Cinematography  John Gulager
Country  United States
Vic (film) movie poster
Release date  January 1, 2006 (2006-01-01)
Writer  Will Huston, Sage Stallone (story)
Cast  Clu Gulager (Vic), Tom Gulager (Tony LaSalle), Peter Mark Richman (Paul Marcus), Miriam Byrd-Nethery (Mary KAy), Carol Lynley (Carrie Lee)
Similar movies  Service with the Colors (1940), Jimmy Zip, Cigarettes & Coffee (1993), The Hurt Locker (2008), The Collection (2012)
Tagline  Hollywood's Forgotten Vic Reeves ... You Never Will

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Vic is a 2006 American short film drama. It is the directorial debut of Sage Stallone, son of Sylvester Stallone. The film stars Clu Gulager, Tom Gulager and Miriam Byrd-Nethery with cameos by Carol Lynley, John LaZar, and John Phillip Law. Sage Stallone won the 2006 Boston Film Festival “Best New Filmmaker” award for this film. The film had its world premiere at the 2006 Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films, where the cast and filmmakers were in attendance.

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Plot

Clu Gulager plays a “down-on-his-luck” actor who gets a mysterious phone call. Haunted by memories of his former glory days, Vic struggles for a Hollywood comeback.

Cast

  • Clu Gulager – Vic Reeves
  • Miriam Byrd-Nethery – Mary Kay
  • Carol Lynley – Carrie Lee
  • Gregory Sierra – Charlie
  • John Phillip Law – John Shelbourne
  • John LaZar – Ron Barzel
  • Diane Ayala Goldner – Cashier
  • Peter Mark Richman – Paul Marcus
  • Richard Herd – Richard Hanson
  • Sage Stallone – Doc
  • Robert Jayne - Vic's driver
  • Production

    The film was shot on location in Los Angeles, California. Cinematographer John Gulager, best known for being a participant in Project Greenlight and the director of the Feast films. John Gulager used a 35mm Panavision camera and lenses shooting in the 1:85 aspect ratio. The 35 mm film was processed at Technicolor lab in Hollywood. The film's score was composed by Franco Micalizzi, famous for some of Italian cinema's most memorable scores of the 1970s and 1980s.

    References

    Vic (film) Wikipedia
    Vic (film) IMDb Vic (film) themoviedb.org


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