Don's Plum
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Directed by R.D. Robb, the largely unreleased Don's Plum made headlines throughout the late '90s for featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, who, after scoring big with the success of Titanic, was enjoying the top spot on young Hollywood's A-list. The film stars DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire as two of several obnoxious rich kids whittling the night away at Don's Plum, a local diner. Shot in black-and-white and largely improvised, the kids speak candidly about women, sex, drugs, and the nuances of relationships -- if by "nuances" one means adultery, masturbation, bisexuality, and… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"This sensationally acted tale chronicles a group of young, disaffected 20-year-olds at a diner one evening and how they rage against themselves and each other. It might just be the best American movie you won't view this year or any other."
‑ Brandon Judell, indieWIRE
"Um interessante estudo de personagens que, apesar de pretensioso, é bem-sucedido e jamais se torna cansativo. Pena que DiCaprio e Maguire tenham conseguido proibir sua exibição nos EUA - principalmente porque, como todo o elenco, oferecem ótimas atuações."
‑ Pablo Villaca, Cinema em Cena
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