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Chelsea Walls (2001)

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Release Date
• USA: Sep 21, 2001
DVD Release Date
• R1: Aug 6, 2002

Official Website:
Chelsea Walls Website

MPAA Rating
Rated R for language.

Running Time
1 hour, 49 minutes

Country USA

Studio IFC, InDigEnt, Killer Films, Under the Influence

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Other Titles
• Chelsea Walls
• Chelsea Hotel (2001)
• Last Word on Paradise (2000)



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Genre: Drama, Police, Prostitution, Urban, Drugs

Tagline: a million stories tall

Plot: The Chelsea Hotel echoes with loneliness, residents moving in and out, dreaming behind closed doors and searching for someone -- or something -- that got away. The Chelsea Hotel used to be grand, the place to live for New York City artists. Mark Twain, Thomas Wolfe, Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix…they all passed through the hotel’s halls. Now, the iron façade has become rusty and the artists in residence are tarnished, too. Still, new dreamers come every day, hoping to be inspired by the ghosts of the past.

Grace (Uma Thurman) and Audrey (Rosaria Dawson) are young poets, who constantly struggle with issues of art and love. Never learning from experience, they always seem to let the wrong men into their hearts. Grace should love Frank (Vincent D’Onofrio), an artist who respects and understands her. But she still responds to the siren call of the lover who went to Hollywood. Similarly, Audrey lets impenetrable Val (Mark Webber) back into her life, knowing he will go off with Crutches (Kevin Corrigan) to do something that could take him away from her forever.

Down the hall, Bud (Kris Kristofferson) is a writer who faces more endings than beginnings. His pretends that his wife, Greta, (Tuesday Weld) and his mistress, Mary, (Natasha Richardson) are his

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 Directed by
Ethan Hawke
Dead Poets Society, Gattaca, Training Day
 Written by
Nicole Burdette
Goodfellas, A River Runs Through It, Palookaville
 Cast
Kevin Corrigan
Goodfellas, Living in Oblivion, Kiss of Death
Rosario Dawson
Sin City, Men in Black II, Alexander
Vincent D'Onofrio
Men in Black, Full Metal Jacket, JFK
Kris Kristofferson
Planet of the Apes, Blade II, Blade
Robert Sean Leonard
Dead Poets Society, Much Ado About Nothing, Driven
Natasha Richardson
Maid in Manhattan, Nell, The Parent Trap
Uma Thurman
Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill: Vol. 1, Kill Bill: Vol. 2
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