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Category: DramaNotable as: DramaSub-Category: Film adaptation, Indie film, DramaRuntime: 96 - 100 minutesLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesFilming location: New York CityDirector: James FoleyScreenwriter: David MametBased on: Glengarry Glen RossMusic: James Newton HowardCinematography: Juan Ruiz AnchíaStars: Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Ed Harris, Alan Arkin, Kevin Spacey, Alec Baldwin, Jonathan Pryce, Jude Ciccolella, Bruce Altman, Neal Jones, Paul Butler Award nominations: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor (Al Pacino)Award details: (details at IMDb)

Glengarry Glen Ross is a 1992 American drama, adapted by David Mamet from his 1984 Pulitzer Prize- and Tony-winning play of the same name, and directed by James Foley. The film depicts two days in the lives of four Chicago real estate salesmen and how they become desperate when the corporate office sends a trainer to "motivate" them by announcing that, in one week, all except the top two salesmen will be fired. The film, like the play, is notorious for its use of profanity, leading the cast to jokingly refer to the film as "Death of a Fuckin' Salesman". The title of the film comes from the names of two of the real estate developments being peddled by the salesmen characters: Glengarry Highlands and Glen Ross Farms. The world premiere of Glengarry Glen Ross was held at the 49th Venice Film Festival, where Jack Lemmon, one of the film's stars, was awarded the Volpi Cup for Best Actor. The film was not a commercial success, making only US$10.7 million in North America, just below its $12.5 million budget. Al Pacino was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor for his work in the film.

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