Full Frontal

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"Full Frontal" is a contemporary comedy and the unofficial sequel to "Sex, Lies, and Videotape." Linda would love to be loved. Carl loves his wife, Lee. Lee is looking to be loved by Calvin. Calvin plays Nicholas who discovers he's in love with Catherine. read more

"Full Frontal" is a contemporary comedy and the unofficial sequel to "Sex, Lies, and Videotape." Linda would love to be loved. Carl loves his wife, Lee. Lee is looking to be loved by Calvin. Calvin plays Nicholas who discovers he's in love with Catherine. Catherine, who is really Francesca, finds true love. And Gus loves himself. Like "Day For Night," Steven Soderbergh's "Full Frontal" is a movie about movies for people who love movies.

Original Release

08/02/2002

US Release

08/02/2002

Cast

David Duchovny Gus
Nicky Katt Hitler
Catherine Keener Lee
Mary McCormack Linda
Julia Roberts Catherine / Francesca
Blair Underwood Nicholas / Calvin
David Hyde Pierce Carl
Dina Spybey-Waters Third Fired Employee
Sandra Oh Fourth Fired Employee
Brad Rowe Sam Osborne
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Steven Soderbergh

Writers

Coleman Hough

Cast

David Duchovny Gus
Nicky Katt Hitler
Catherine Keener Lee
Mary McCormack Linda
Julia Roberts Catherine / Francesca
Blair Underwood Nicholas / Calvin
David Hyde Pierce Carl
Dina Spybey-Waters Third Fired Employee
Sandra Oh Fourth Fired Employee
Brad Rowe Sam Osborne
Jeff Garlin Harvey, probably
David Fincher Film Director
Steven Soderbergh Himself / Steven Soderbergh
Brad Pitt Himself / Self - Brad Pitt
Terence Stamp Man on Plane / Self / Wilson/Himself
Justina Machado Linda's Friend in Kitchen
Erika Alexander Lucy
Rainn Wilson First Fired Employee
Jerry Weintraub Jerry
Eddie McClintock Second Fired Employee

Producers

Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
Gregory Jacobs Producer
Scott Kramer Producer
Zennia M. Barahona Producer

Editors

Sarah Flack

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