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Ghost World (2001)

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Two quirky, cynical teenaged girls try to figure out what to do with their lives after high school graduation. After they play a prank on an eccentric, middle aged record collector, one of them befriends him, which causes a rift in the girls' friendship.

Director: Terry Zwigoff
Writers: Terry Zwigoff, Daniel Clowes.

Release Date: 2001-07-20
Status: Released
Run time: 111 min / 1:51
Budget: $7,000,000
Production Companies : Mr. Mudd Production, Jersey Films, Granada Film Productions, Capitol Films, United Artists
Production Countries: Germany, United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2001-07-20
Status: Released
Run time: 111 min / 1:51
Budget: $7,000,000

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Thora Birch
as Enid
Scarlett Johansson
as Rebecca
Steve Buscemi
as Seymour
Brad Renfro
as Josh
Illeana Douglas
as Roberta Allsworth
Bob Balaban
as Enid's Dad
Stacey Travis
as Dana
Charles C. Stevenson Jr.
as Norman
Dave Sheridan
as Doug
Tom McGowan
as Joe
Debra Azar
as Melora
Brian George
as Sidewinder Boss
Pat Healy
as John Ellis
Rini Bell
as Graduation Speaker
T. J. Thyne
as Todd
Ezra Buzzington
as Weird Al
Lindsey Girardot
as Vanilla
Joy Bisco
as Jade
Venus DeMilo
as Ebony
Ashley Peldon
as Margaret
Chachi Pittman
as Phillip
Janece Jordan
as Black Girl
Kaileigh Brielle Martin
as Snotty Girl
Alexander Fors
as Hippy Boy
Marc Vann
as Jerome, the Angry Guy
James Sie
as Steven, the Asian Guy
Paul Keith
as Paul, the Fussy Guy
David Cross
as Gerrold, the Pushy Guy
J.J. 'Bad Boy' Jones
as Fred Chatman
Dylan Jones
as Red-Haired Girl
Steve Pierson
as Blueshammer Member
Jake La Botz
as Blueshammer Member
Johnny Irion
as Blueshammer Member
Nate Wood
as Blueshammer Member
Charles Schneider
as Joey McCobb
Sid Hillman
as Zine-O-Phobia Creep
Joshua Wheeler
as Zine-O-Phobia Creep
Patrick Fischler
as Jamie
Matt Doherty
as Chris
Daniel Graves
as Masterpiece Video Customer
Joel Michaely
as Porno Cashier
Debi Derryberry
as Rude Coffee Customer
Joseph Sikora
as Reggae Fan
Brett Gilbert
as Alien Autopsy Guy
Alex Solowitz
as Cineplex Manager
Tony Ketcham
as Alcoholic Customer
Mary Bogue
as Popcorn Customer
Brian Jacobs
as Soda Customer
Patrick Yonally
as Garage Sale Hipster
Lauren Bowles
as Angry Garage Sale Woman
Lorna Scott
as Phyllis, the Art Show Curator
Jeff Murray
as Roberta's Colleague
Jerry Rector
as Dana's Co-Worker
John Bunnell
as Seymour's Boss
Diane Salinger
as Psychiatrist
Anna Berger
as Seymour's Mother
Bruce Glover
as Feldman, the Wheel Chair Guy
Teri Garr
as Maxine (uncredited)
Danny Allen
as Adult Store Customer (uncredited)
Joan Blair
as Lady Slowly Crossing Street (uncredited)
Michelle McGinty
as Mom in Convenience Store (uncredited)
Martin Grey
as M.C.


Directing Terry Zwigoff Director
Writing Terry Zwigoff Screenplay
Writing Daniel Clowes Comic Book
Camera Affonso Beato Director of Photography
Editing Carole Kravetz Editor
Editing Michael R. Miller Editor
Production Lianne Halfon Producer
Production John Malkovich Producer
Production Russell Smith Producer
Writing Daniel Clowes Screenplay
Directing Ronit Ravich-Boss Script Supervisor
Art Edward T. McAvoy Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Mary Zophres Costume Design
Art Alan E. Muraoka Art Direction
Art Lisa Fischer Set Decoration
Production Pippa Cross Executive Producer
Production Janette Day Executive Producer
Production Barbara A. Hall Line Producer
Camera Tracy Bennett Still Photographer
Sound Kaylin Frank Music Supervisor
Sound David Kitay Original Music Composer

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