The State of Things Trailer

The State of Things Trailer (1982)

22 March 1982 Drama 125 mins

On location in Portugal, a film crew runs out of film while making their own version of Roger Corman's The Day the World Ended (1956) . The producer is nowhere to be found and director Munro attempts to find him in hopes of being able to finish the film.

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Camila Mora-Scheihing

as Julia (as Camila Mora)

Patrick Bauchau

as Friedrich Munro

Paul Getty Jr.

as Dennis (as J. Paul Getty III)


as Kate

Artur Semedo

as Production Manager

Francisco Baião

as Soundman

Robert Kramer

as Camera Operator

Roger Corman

as The Lawyer

International Titles

O Estado das Coisas (portugal) Trailer

L'Etat des Choses Trailer

The State of Things Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 22 March 1982

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