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Kalifornia
Written by Tim Metcalfe
Based on a story by Tim Metcalfe and Stephen Levy

Journalist Brian Kessler (David Duchovny) and his photographer girlfriend Carrie Laughlin (Michelle Forbes) set off on a cross-country tour of famous serial killer sites. To help pay for gas, Brian advertises on a college bulletin board, hoping to find a travel companion. Only one couple answers the ad; white trash psychopath Early Grayce (Brad Pitt) and his girlfriend Adele Corners (Juliette Lewis).
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Kate & Leopold
Written by James Mangold and Steven Rogers
Based on a story by Steven Rogers

The year is 1876. The Duke Of Albany, Leopold Alexis Elijah Walker Gareth Thomas Mountbatten (Hugh Jackman), meets a strange woman during a dance at his estate. When the woman flees, Leopold follows her and discovers her attempting to use an even stranger machine. When the Duke steps into the machine he is transported to New York City in the year 2001. The scientist involved with the time-travel project, Kate McKay (Meg Ryan), tries to take care of Leopold while she figures out how to send him back to his era.

NOTE: This is an early draft of the screenplay and is somewhat different than the final film.
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Kids
Written by Harmony Korine
Story by Larry Clark and Jim Lewis

A bleak and brutal depiction of a group of inner-city teens as they deal with sex, drugs and mortality during one 24 hour period. The screenplay was written by 18-year-old Harmony Korine so the dialog is very gritty and authentic. The film stars first-timers Leo Fitzpatrick as "Telly", Chloë Sevigny as "Jennie", and Rosario Dawson as "Ruby".

TRIVIA: Rosario Dawson was spotted by Harmony Korine and director Larry Clark sitting on the stoop of an East Village tenement and offered the role of Ruby.

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Kramer vs. Kramer
Written by Robert Benton
Based on a novel by Avery Corman

Ted Kramer (Dustin Hoffman), a career-oriented ad executive, must learn to take care of his young son Billy (Justin Henry) when his wife, Joanna (Meryl Streep), leaves them both.

SCRIPT NOTE: Winner of 5 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay 1979.
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Kundun
Written by Melissa Mathison

A wandering Tibetian Holy Man encounters a small boy that he comes to believe is the 14th reincarnation of the Dalai Lama. As an adult the "kundun" ("The Presence") is tested when the Communists come to power in China and attempt to annex the country of Tibet.

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