Clarence marries hooker Alabama, steals cocaine from her pimp, and tries to sell it in Hollywood, while the owners of the coke try to reclaim it.
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|Genres||:||Action, Thriller, Crime, Romance|
|Company||:||Morgan Creek Productions, Davis Films, August Entertainment, Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Countries||:||United States of America|
|Casts||:||Christian Slater as Clarence Worley, Patricia Arquette as Alabama Whitman, Michael Rapaport as Dick Ritchie, Bronson Pinchot as Elliot Blitzer, Gary Oldman as Drexl Spivey, Dennis Hopper as Clifford Worley, Christopher Walken as Vincenzo Coccotti, Brad Pitt as Floyd, Tom Sizemore as Cody Nicholson, Samuel L. Jackson as Big Don, Saul Rubinek as Lee Donowitz, James Gandolfini as Virgil, Frank Adonis as Frankie, Paul Bates as Marty, Val Kilmer as Mentor, Chris Penn as Nicky Dimes, Anna Levine as Lucy, Eric Allan Kramer as Boris, Conchata Ferrell as Mary Louise Ravencroft, Victor Argo as Lenny, Said Faraj as Clerk, Gregory Sporleder as Burger Stand Customer, Maria Pitillo as Kandi, Kevin Corrigan as Marvin, Paul Ben-Victor as Luca, Michael Beach as Wurlitzer, Joe D'Angerio as Police Radio Operator, John Bower as Detective, John Cenatiempo as Squad Cop #1, Patrick John Hurley as Monty, Dennis Garber as Lobby Cop #1, Scott Evers as Lobby Cop #2, Hilary Klym as Running Cop, Steve Gonzales as I.A. Officer, Laurence Mason as Floyd 'D', David Dean as Cop, April Freeman as Burger Stand Customer, Ed Lauter as Police Captain Quiggle, Enzo Rossi as Elvis, Alabama's and Clarence's Son, Nancy Young as Hotel Hostage|
|Plot Keywords||:||loss of loved one, movie business, parent child relationship, mexican standoff, cocaine, love, mafia, los angeles, california, drugs, illegal prostitution, gun violence, neo-noir|