Chris Fuller


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Chris Fuller

Loren Cass (2006) is an amateurish movie with little or no plot that fails to do more than broadcast a (depressed) mood.

A skinhead lies down on a street's asphalt. A woman drives on that street and picks him up. They drive to a parking lot. Someone loads a gun. Then we see the couple come out of the building and drive away and someone chasing them in a van. The skinhead and the driver of the van get into a fight by the side of the road. The woman later takes her car to a mechanic shop to get it fixed. Later the mechanic is talking to a friend with multiple body piercings and tattoos when a delirious cop harasses them and gives them a lecture. The following day the girl picks up her car and asks the mechanic out for dinner. The screen goes black and we hear a punk ramble. One night the skinhead drives a pickup truck after having tied a shopping cart to it, and has two drunk people in the back. She's a waitress. The skinhead, drunk, looks for a fight and ends up punching a garbage can. During another date between the waitress and the mechanic, she finally tells him her name, Nicole. They take the bus. She is wearing shoes of different kind. We see (real) footage of race riots that took place in the city. An old lover jumps in front of Nicole's car to make her stop. They kiss. A human effigy is burning on an armchair. The skinhead rides a bus by himself late at night. The gang beats up the skinhead. One of the narrating voices announces the suicide kid, who spends the night drinking by himself at a party. The waitress has sex with her old lover. the suicide kid walks out, drives and jumps from a bridge. A man commits suicide live on tv (real footage of a politician who committed suicide during a press conference). The skinhead shoots drugs into his arm and then tattoos Loren Cass on his arm. The skinhead sits on the sidewalk till night.
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