"Living in oblivion" is an independent low-budget film by an American director Tom Dicillo. Year - 1995.
In the movie are described misfortunes of the director of the film during one day. A director Nick Rive is making a low-budget independent movie in the centre of New York. The crew are not enough funded and are extremely indifferent.
There's recorded a pretty hard scene: young Elen is reproaching her old mom for when Elen's father was beating her, her mom didn't interfere. While recording, everything, that could go wrong, went wrong: in frame was a microphone; assistant's camera didn't hold the scene in focus; actress, who plays Elen's mom, forgets her role; well, actress who plays Elen becomes more and more careless.
|Steve Buscemi||Nick Rive|
|Catherine Keener||Nichole Springer|
|James LeGros||Chad Palomino|
|Kevin Corrigan||Operator's assistant|
Movie became several rewards, including prize for the best script of film festival of independent movies Sundence in 1995 and audience sympathy on film festival in Duville and Lublyan.