The New Age (film)
|The New Age|
Promotional film poster
|Directed by||Michael Tolkin|
|Written by||Michael Tolkin|
Samuel L. Jackson
|Music by||Mark Mothersbaugh|
|Cinematography||John J. Campbell|
|Edited by||Suzanne Fenn|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
Peter and Katherine Witner are Southern California super-yuppies with great jobs but no center to their lives. When they both lose their jobs and begin marital infidelities, their solution is to start their own business together. In order to find meaning to their empty lives, they follow various New Age gurus and other such groups. Eventually, they hit rock bottom and have to make some hard decisions.
- Peter Weller as Peter Witner
- Judy Davis as Katherine Witner
- Patrick Bauchau as Jean Levy
- Rachel Rosenthal as Sarah Friedberg
- Adam West as Jeff Witner
- Paula Marshall as Alison Gale
- Bruce Ramsay as Misha
- Patricia Heaton as Anna
- John Diehl as Lyle
- Sandra Seacat as Mary Netter
- Samuel L. Jackson as Dale Deveaux
- Audra Lindley as Sandi Rego
- Corbin Bernsen as Kevin Bulasky
- Bob Flanagan as Himself
- "The New Age (1994) - Box Office Mojo". boxofficemojo.com.
- Maslin, Janet (September 16, 1994). "The New Age (1994) FILM REVIEW; An Age of Wisdom, or Is It Foolishness?". The New York Times.
- Dutka, Elaine (April 25, 1993). "MOVIES : ON LOCATION : Concept: The Player Loses His Job : Michael Tolkin, who wrote the book on Hollywood with 'The Player,' turns to recession, death of an L.A. dream and the '90s. (But wait, 'The New Age' is supposed to be funny too.)". The Los Angeles Times.
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