The Informers

Synopsis: Loosely connected stories capture a week in L.A. in 1983, featuring movie executives, rock stars, a vampire and other morally challenged characters in adventures laced with sex, drugs and violence.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Gregor Jordan
Production: Senator International
Rotten Tomatoes:
98 min

through his lawyers.

Guess what?

I get to go to Hawaii with the asshole.

I can't fucking believe this shit.

I can't believe you guys

are acting this way.


What way, Ray- Ray?

Don't tell me he's gonna cry again.


Face it. Bruce was a jerk.

Okay? He's dead. It's over.

Let's not fucking dwell on it.

I can't believe you guys

don't fucking give a shit.

You seem like you don't give a shit.

Look, Raymond,

there's nothing we can do, okay?

It happened. It's over.

It's time to move on.

He's right, Raymond.

It's already been a week.

Okay. Bruce...

Bruce was a...

A cool guy.

What else can I tell you, Raymond?

I'm sorry it happened.

"Bruce was a cool guy"? Really, Graham?

Okay, what does that even mean, "Cool"?

Especially after that shit

he pulled with Christie.

- Martin, what the f*ck are you doing?

- What shit did he pull with Christie?

- Martin.

- Bruce was fucking her behind your back.

What, like, you all knew about this?

Graham, you always say

that you're not that serious about Christie.

And it's not like you haven't fucked around.

You know, you're never gonna win

Boyfriend of the Year.

- She's my girlfriend, Martin.

- Look, who even knows if it's true?

It's just something Bruce told us

and that he bragged about.

Hey, does anybody want to go to a movie?

Sure, what's playing?

I can't believe you guys

are gonna go see a fucking movie.

What the...

I can't believe you don't give a shit, man.

- I was there, you asshole.

- Hey, come on!

I watched him fucking bleed to death

just like you did,

so don't give me this shit

about how I don't care.

I had his blood all over my face. F*ck.

Someone should go talk to him.

Tim, Bruce thought

Raymond was an asshole.

He fucking loathed the dude, okay?

And what the f*ck does it even matter?

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Bret Easton Ellis

Bret Easton Ellis (born March 7, 1964) is an American author, screenwriter, and short story writer. His works have been translated into 27 languages. He was at first regarded as one of the so-called literary Brat Pack, which also included Tama Janowitz and Jay McInerney. He is a self-proclaimed satirist whose trademark technique, as a writer, is the expression of extreme acts and opinions in an affectless style. Ellis employs a technique of linking novels with common, recurring characters. Ellis made his debut at age 21 with the controversial bestseller Less Than Zero (1985), published by Simon & Schuster, a zeitgeist novel about wealthy amoral young people in Los Angeles. His third novel, American Psycho (1991) was his most successful. On its release, the literary establishment widely condemned the novel as overly violent and misogynistic. Though many petitions to ban the book saw Ellis dropped by Simon & Schuster, the resounding controversy convinced Alfred A. Knopf to release it as a paperback later that year. In later years, Ellis' novels have become increasingly metafictional. Lunar Park (2005), a pseudo-memoir and ghost story, received positive reviews. Imperial Bedrooms (2010), marketed as a sequel to Less Than Zero, continues in this vein. Four of Ellis's works have been made into films. Less Than Zero was rapidly adapted for screen, leading to the release of a starkly different film of the same name in 1987. Mary Harron's adaptation of American Psycho was released to generally positive reviews in 2000 and went on to achieve cult status. Roger Avary's 2002 adaptation The Rules of Attraction made modest box office returns but went on to attract a cult following. 2008's The Informers, based on Ellis's collection of short stories, was critically panned. Ellis also wrote the screenplay for the critically derided 2013 film The Canyons, an original work. more…

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