State and Main

2000

State and Main

Critics Consensus

State and Main offers plenty of wit and laughs in its lampoons of the movie industry.

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Total Count: 116
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Walter Price is directing a movie that has gone over budget. Having been kicked out of his New Hampshire filming location, Price must quickly find a new, low budget location that can quickly pass as a 19th Century village. He soon comes across the quaint town of Waterford, Vermont. According to the brochure the town is equipped with a firehouse, a mill and a population eager for the glitter of Hollywood - Price thinks he has it made. However, he soon finds out that the mill, a crucial piece in the film, was destroyed several years ago in a fire. This is the first in a series of mishaps, including a star who prefers young girls and a suspicious car crash, that threaten to shut the film down.

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Cast

Charles Durning
as Mayor Bailey
Linda Kimbrough
as Costume Designer
Jim Frangione
as Tommy Max, First Assistant Director
Michael Higgins
as Doc Wilson
Vinnie Gustafero
as Uberto Pazzi
Lonnie R. Smith
as Bill Smith
Chris Kaldor
as Cal Thompkin
Laura Silverman
as Secretary
Jerry Graff
as Fake Judge
Jack Wallace
as Bellhop
J.J. Johnston
as Stationmaster
Brian Howe
as Bartender
Matt Malloy
as Scott Larkin, Hotel Clerk
Tony Mamet
as Electrician
Tony V.
as Water Delivery Man
Lana Bilzerian
as Girl Production Assistant
Kolbie McCabe
as Girl on Scooter
Ken Cheeseman
as Trooper No. 2
Jonathan Katz
as Howie Gold
Emma Norman
as Little Kid
Josh Marchette
as Production Assistant
Dee Nelson
as Painter
Paul Butler
as Real Judge
G. Roy Levin
as Salesman
Frederick Levy
as Store Owner
Alexandra Kerry
as Technician
Jordan Lage
as Doc Morten
Leo Burns
as Trooper No. 1
Matthew Pidgeon
as TV Reporter
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