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Harvard Man (2001)

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Release Date
• USA: Oct 29, 2002
DVD Release Date
• R1: Oct 29, 2002

Budget $5,500,000

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MPAA Rating
Rated R for drug use, language and some strong sexuality.

Running Time
1 hour, 34 minutes

Country USA

Studio Lions Gate Films

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Other Titles
• Harvard Man



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Genre: Crime, Thriller, Romance, Drama, Suspense, Gangsters, Love Triangle, School / Campus, Coming Of Age, Sports

Tagline: Passion, Seduction, Deception

Plot: This innovative drama from writer and director James Toback (BUGSY, BLACK AND WHITE) follows the travails of Alan Jensen (Adrian Grenier), a Harvard student determined to live life to the fullest and find the ultimate truth. He gets high regularly, and is sleeping with Holy Cross cheerleader Cindy Bandolini (Sarah Michelle Gellar), who also happens to be a mobster's daughter. Simultaneously, Alan is carrying on an illicit affair with his philosophy professor, Chesney Cort (Joey Lauren Adams), a woman with a vast sexual appetite. When his parents lose their Kansas home in a tornado, Alan is desperate to help them financially. He turns to Cindy's father for a loan and is soon entrenched in a high-stakes gambling scheme. But all is not as it seems and Alan soon finds himself in over his head with many aspects of his life: his drug use, the women in his life, and even the FBI.

Grenier is endearing as the truth-seeking Alan, and as a tough-talking Mafia princess, Gellar steps far away from her television persona as Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Eric Stoltz and Rebecca Gayheart lend their talents in supporting roles that add to the film’s twisting storyline.

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 Directed by
James Toback
Two Girls and a Guy, The Pick-up Artist, Fingers
 Written by
James Toback
The Gambler, Bugsy, Two Girls and a Guy
 Cast
Adrian Grenier
Hart's War, Anything Else, Cecil B. DeMented
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Cruel Intentions, Scream 2, The Grudge
Joey Lauren Adams
Chasing Amy, Mallrats, Big Daddy
Eric Stoltz
Pulp Fiction, The Butterfly Effect, Say Anything...
Rebecca Gayheart
Scream 2, Urban Legend, Nothing to Lose
John Neville
The Fifth Element, The X Files, Urban Legend
Gianni Russo
The Godfather, Any Given Sunday, Seabiscuit
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 Music By
Johann Sebastian Bach
A Cock and Bull Story
Ryan Shore
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