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High Fidelity (28-Mar-2000)

Director: Stephen Frears

Writers: John Cusack; D. V. DeVincentis; Steve Pink; Scott Rosenberg

From novel: High Fidelity by Nick Hornby

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Rock and Roll

A record-store owner enamored with list-keeping recalls his five greatest romantic misadventures.

ABSTRACT
Rob Gordon, a record-store owner who'd give anything to recapture the essence of his bygone youth even as he lumbers forward into middle age, possesses a fascination with keeping lists of various people, places, and things. Through the frame of an age-challenged man running a store playing host to an ever-weird assortment of employees and customers, we are treated to a run-down of events in Rob's offbeat past as he recalls his "top five" breakups in painstaking detail.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Chris Bauer
Actor
28-Oct-1966   Andy Bellefleur on True Blood
Drake Bell
Actor
27-Jun-1986   Drake and Josh
Jack Black
Musician
28-Aug-1969   Half of Tenacious D
Lisa Bonet
Actor
16-Nov-1967   Denise on The Cosby Show
Joan Cusack
Actor
11-Oct-1962   Grosse Pointe Blank
John Cusack
Actor
28-Jun-1966   High Fidelity
Sara Gilbert
Actor
29-Jan-1975   Darlene on Roseanne
Iben Hjejle
Actor
22-Mar-1971   High Fidelity
Tim Robbins
Actor
16-Oct-1958   The Player, Jacob's Ladder
Bruce Springsteen
Musician
23-Sep-1949   The Boss
Lili Taylor
Actor
20-Feb-1967   Six Feet Under
Natasha Gregson Wagner
Actor
29-Sep-1970   First Love, Last Rites
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Actor
25-Sep-1969   Traffic

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