Timecode

Mike Figgis' brilliant experiment spawned many imitations, some by him, none as good. Against a quartered screen, four cameras show—in real time—a multi-strand narrative, played out among Tinseltown wannabes and has-beens. There's sex, murder, moral vacuums and a huge cast including Stellan Skarsgård and Saffron Burrows. Figgis' own music ices the cake. Genius.

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Mike Figgis’ brilliant experiment spawned many imitations, some by him, none as good. Against a quartered screen, four cameras show?in real time?a multi-strand narrative, played out among Tinseltown wannabes and has-beens. There’s sex, murder, moral vacuums and a huge cast including Stellan Skarsg

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