Lost in America

Albert Brooks' masterpiece, an existential road film about an obsessive Yuppie couple (Brooks and Julie Hagerty) who drop out when Brooks' character is denied a promotion in an advertising job. Their dreams of absolute freedom are soon shattered when Hagerty loses their life's fortune during a bad run at the Vegas tables.

Year: 1985
Genre: Comedy, Road Movies, Film Festivals 1986
Country: USA
Director: Albert Brooks
Starring: Albert Brooks, Julie Hagerty, Garry Marshall
Duration: 91 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains coarse language.
Location in store: Comedy



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