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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Spun cinematronic
  director

Jonas Åkerlund

cast

Jason Schwartzman, Brittany Murphy, John Leguizamo, Mena Suvari, Patrick Fugit, Mickey Rourke, Peter Stormare, Deborah Harry

year

2002

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  Totally wild and totally wired, "Spun" is a frantic, comic roll in the muck of crystal-meth addiction -- the craving that's the be-all and end-all for your standard, grimy, tooth-grinding speed freak. It should cauterize your brain as you watch it, but "Spun" is undeniably a hell of a ride. It's also chock full of performers who get off on the material and are unafraid to take it to the limit. So, if you're uneasy about seeing Mena Suvari — the sweet-faced teen seductress from "American Beauty" — with greasy hair, dark circles under her eyes, stained teeth and filthy clothes as she sits, constipated, on the toilet in a squalid L.A. tract house, pass on "Spun." Jason Schwartzman is Ross, a self-deluding college dropout on a three-day speed bender. Together with paranoid dealer Spider Mike (John Leguizamo), Mike's girlfriend Cookie (Suvari) and vid-game freak Frisbee (Patrick Fugit), Ross ends up in thrall to a bizarre meth-lab chemist (Mickey Rourke, in scum bastard mode) and his companion, a needy stripper (Brittany Murphy, at her sexy sleaziest). The cast vibrates along with director Jonas Åkerlund's hysterical visual style and Billy Corgan's kickin' score.  
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