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In 2007 Los Angeles, Harry (Belushi) takes a job at a TV station that offers virtual reality programming to viewers, only this isn't benign technology. Delany is stuck in a thankless role as his wife, Cattrall is his former lover, but Dickinson has the most fun as Harry's power-mad mother-in-law who's also a sadistic co-conspirator of a nasty senator (Loggia). Lesson in weird style over substance really doesn't make much sense, but unlike "Twin Peaks" (to which this TV miniseries was heavily compared) it at least has an ending. Executive producer Stone has a cameo which concerns the JFK conspiracy. Based on the comic strip by Wagner. In two parts.

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Available on Running time 300 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Sci Fi, Adapted from a Cartoon, Technology--Rampant, Eyeballs!, Virtual Reality
Screenplay
Bruce Wagner
Cast
James Belushi, Robert Loggia, Dana Delany, Kim Cattrall, Angie Dickinson, Ernie Hudson, Bebe Neuwirth, Nick Mancuso, Charles Hallahan, Robert Morse, David Warner, Ben Savage, Bob Gunton, Brad Dourif, Charles Rocket
Cinematography
Phedon Papamichael
Director
Phil Joanou, Kathryn Bigelow, Keith Gordon, Peter Hewitt
Music
Ryuichi Sakamoto
Other
Oliver Stone
Producer
Oliver Stone

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Wild Palms
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Stacey

Wild Palms came out in 1993 and has a total running time of 300 minutes. James Belushi (as Harry Wyckoff), Dana Delany (as Grace Wyckoff), Robert Loggia (as Senator Anton Kreutzer) and Kim Cattrall (as Paige Katz) star in Wild Palms. Harry Wykoff takes a job in L.A. as the president of a television company. “The New Reality” is a new technology with three-dimensional television and much more. Trouble occurs after he becomes successful in his career.