Released in the USA on January 04 of 1994, "Floundering" (also known as "Haltlos") is a Comedy film directed by Peter McCarthy , starring James LeGros, Shaka, Zander Schloss, John Cusack, Nina Siemaszko and Jeremy Piven.
Who directed "Floundering":
Floundering was directed by Peter McCarthy, a producer, actor, writer, and director.
When was "Floundering" released:
Floundering was first released in the United States on Tuesday, January 04, 1994.. This was twenty-five (25) years ago.
It has been released on Tuesday, May 07, 1996 in Germany.
What is the casting of "Floundering":
At the casting of Floundering we find James LeGros, previously seen in Singles (1992) and Where the Day Takes You (1992); Shaka, Zander Schloss (Tapeheads (1988), Straight to Hell (1987)) [ more... ]
- Ned Bellamy and John Cusack, Jeremy Piven also appeared in Bob Roberts, released in 1992.
- Nina Siemaszko, Jeremy Piven and Ned Bellamy also appeared in Twenty Bucks, released in 1993.
- Zander Schloss and Ned Bellamy also worked together in Desperate But Not Serious, released in 1999.
- Jeremy Piven and John Cusack also appeared together in Grosse Pointe Blank, released in 1997.
What is the Storyline of "Floundering":
John (James LeGros) is an unemployed young man, living alone and trying to pay hospital bills for his brother and only family. The film is told as a narrative delivered by John under the pessimism of the early 1990s. A misanthropic shut-in, he deals with his personal issues through a series of disjointed and sometimes imaginary encounters with television personalities, dead relatives, a former liberal turned investment banker, drug users and the unemployment office. Each chapter is bears a varying degree of [...]
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