Stranger than Fiction (2000 film)

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Stranger Than Fiction
Directed by Eric Bross
Produced by Ram Bergman
Dana Lustig
Written by Tim Garrick
Scott Russell
Starring Mackenzie Astin
Natasha Gregson Wagner
Todd Field
Dina Meyer
Music by Larry Seymour
Cinematography Horacio Marquinez
Edited by Caroline Ross
Release date
  • May 19, 2001 (2001-05-19)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Stranger Than Fiction is a 2000 comedy-thriller film directed by Eric Bross and starring Mackenzie Astin.

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While waiting for their flight in a bar of an airport, the writer Donovan Miller tells the story of his best-seller to a stranger to kill time. In Salt Lake City; Violet Madison, Austin Walker, Emma Scarlett and Jared Roth are good friends. After going together to a bar, Jared comes wounded to Austin's apartment in the late night and confesses that he is gay and has just killed a man in his apartment. He asks his friends to help him to vanish with the body of the victim. The group agrees, and after many incidents, Violet stresses, jeopardizing the group. When Violet is found, having hanged herself in her house, many secrets are disclosed.

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