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Michael Cole over 3 years ago
The IRS killed disco!
Fernando Olivas almost 6 years ago
"That should be illegal"
Tim Jules Hull 6 years ago
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Guy Meltzer almost 4 years ago
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Vio Son 6 years ago
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Manfred Stienstra over 7 years ago
54 (also known as Studio 54) is a 1998 drama film written and directed by Mark Christopher, starring Ryan Phillippe, Salma Hayek, and Neve Campbell. It also stars Mike Myers as Steve Rubell, the co-founder of Studio 54, a New York City disco club famous in the late 1970s and the setting for the film. Shane O'Shea (Ryan Phillippe) is a young Jersey man, handsome enough to become a bartender at Studio 54. There he befriends aspiring singer Anita Randazzo (Salma Hayek) and her husband, Greg (Breckin Meyer). Shane gets sucked into the hard-partying scene at Studio 54; as his life spirals downward, so does Studio 54. Based on two short films he had made, Mark Christopher persuaded Miramax Films to back a film about Studio 54. He had spent five years researching the club and the time period, as well as working on a screenplay. Miramax purchased a partial screenplay in 1995 and developed the script with the filmmaker for over a year. Christopher shot the film in Toronto over two months in...
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