I Love Your Work

Release Date: November 4, 2005
Limited release

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Something that most people can probably agree upon is that Adam Goldberg and Giovanni Ribisi seem to be strange young men. Whether or not this perception is true, it's an image that both have fostered in various television and movie roles. With Ribisi, his early creepy turn as a lightning rod on the X-Files seemed to foreshadow some of the things that would come for him. Later, both young men had guest roles on Friends. For Ribisi, he was the weird brother of Phoebe (she carried his triplets) and Goldberg was the stalkeriffic roommate who terrified Chandler. Now, the two have collaborated as Goldberg directed and co-wrote I Love Your Work, a movie that has Ribisi in the central role.

The movie centers on the slowly deteriorating mental condition of a movie star named Gray Evans (Ribisi). He stalks his own wife (Franka Potente), a woman he saw in a French new wave movie but can't live up to the ideal created in that character, and in turn, he is stalked by an eerie fan (Jason Lee). Eventually, Gray's paranoia increases to the point that he believes everyone he sees is staring at him and trying to come in contact with him.

Along with Ribisi, Potente and Lee, the film features appearances by a number of well-known names. Christina Ricci, Goldberg's real-life girlfriend is onboard, along with Joshua Jackson, Elvis Costello, Haylie Duff, Judy Greer and even Vince Vaughn. The film has played at the Toronto Film Festival and will receive a limited release courtesy of ThinkFilm. (Kim Hollis/BOP)

Vital statistics for I Love Your Work
Main Cast Giovanni Ribisi, Franka Potente, Joshua Jackson
Supporting Cast Marisa Coughlan, Christina Ricci, Jared Harris, Elvis Costello, David Alan Graf, Rick Hoffman, Kathleen Robertson, Eric Siegel, Jason Lee, Nicky Katt, Randall Batinkoff, Lake Bell, Dan Bucatinsky, Glenn Campbell, Haylie Duff, Shalom Harlow, Holly King, Clark McCutchen, Beth Riesgraf, Bob Sattler, Vince Vaughn
Director Adam Goldberg
Screenwriter Adam Goldberg, Adrian Butchart
Distributor ThinkFilm
Rating R
Running Time 107 minutes
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