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At first they are several feet apart (enough space for a broken dish). See more » She Sells Sanctuary Written by Ian Astbury (as Ian Robert Astbury) and Billy Duffy (as William Henry Duffy) Performed by The Cult Courtesy of Sire Records By Arrangement with Warner Special Products See more » In the 80s, three directors perfectly captured the comedy of young American growing pains.
The story itself is fantastic, not only hilarious but probably the most insightful peek into romance disorder since "When Harry Met Sally".
) who plays a goofy, insecure maneater, Eric Stoltz (Caprica, Pulp Fiction, The Prophecy) in the oddest role he's ever played: an obnoxious mime who won't shut up, and of course the show-stealer Matt Dillon as the not-so-bright artist/rockstar whose magnum opus is a song called "Touch Me, I'm Dick".
Speaking of rock music, cameo appearances, as well as performances, include... Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard from Pearl Jam Chris Cornell and the gang from Soundgarden Thomas Doyle singer for TAD ("You got the wrong number, lady, but I'll be right over")Pat Nizzio singer for The Smithereens Everyone from Alice in Chains Jeremy Piven (Ari Gold in Entourage) as the funniest checkout clerk you've ever seen Bill Pullman as a nerdy breast implant surgeon Paul Giamatti in one of his first speaking roles ever ("What?!! And praise the gods of 80s comedy that we were given this final masterpiece of a bygone era.
All of these films are characterized by witty, tongue-in-cheek dialogue (satirical but not sarcastic) and surreal, music-video-like gags such as, I dunno, a pigburger patty grabbing a guitar and rocking out to Van Halen's "Everybody Wants Some".
When the 80s ended, apparently so did their unique and idiosyncratic brand of humour.
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