The Doom Generation


1h 25m 1995

Brief Synopsis

Amy Blue, a 17-year-old speed princess, her sweet, naive boyfriend Jordan White and a supernaturally sexy drifter, Xavier Red, are forced to embark on a bizarre road trip after Xavier inadvertently blows the head off a QuickieMart clerk. The trio flee into a dislocating world of dizzying, nightmaris

Film Details

Also Known As
Doom Generation
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Crime
Drama
Release Date
1995
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Synopsis

Amy Blue, a 17-year-old speed princess, her sweet, naive boyfriend Jordan White and a supernaturally sexy drifter, Xavier Red, are forced to embark on a bizarre road trip after Xavier inadvertently blows the head off a QuickieMart clerk. The trio flee into a dislocating world of dizzying, nightmarish violence and omnipresent danger. As this youthful band of outsiders travels through the wasteland of America, Amy finds herself screwing both Jordan and Xavier, forging a triangle of love, sex and desperation too pure for this world.

Film Details

Also Known As
Doom Generation
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Crime
Drama
Release Date
1995
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 25m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States October 25, 1995

Released in United States Fall October 27, 1995

Expanded Release in United States November 3, 1995

Expanded Release in United States November 10, 1995

Expanded Release in United States November 17, 1995

Released in United States on Video April 30, 1996

Released in United States 1995

Released in United States January 1995

Released in United States May 1995

Released in United States November 1995

Released in United States 1996

Released in United States July 1996

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Los Angeles February 23 - March 3, 1995.

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24 - September 4, 1995.

Shown at San Francisco International Film Festival April 20 - May 4, 1995.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 18 - June 11, 1995.

Shown at Venice Film Festival (Window on Images) August 30 - September 9, 1995.

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 17-28, 1995.

Shown at London Film Festival (U.S. Independents) November 2-19, 1995.

Shown at London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival as part of program "Queer Boys Go Straight" March 21 - April 4, 1996

Shown at Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival July 11-21, 1996.

Began shooting January 16, 1994.

Completed shooting February 16, 1994.

Fifth feature for maverick LA-based filmmaker Gregg Araki whose previous efforts include "Three Bewildered People in the Night" (USA/1987), "The Long Weekend (o' despair)" (USA/1989), "The Living End" (USA/1992), and "Totally F***ed Up" (USA/1993).

Released in United States October 25, 1995 (New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco and Seattle)

Released in United States Fall October 27, 1995

Expanded Release in United States November 3, 1995

Expanded Release in United States November 10, 1995

Expanded Release in United States November 17, 1995

Released in United States on Video April 30, 1996

Released in United States 1995 (Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Los Angeles February 23 - March 3, 1995.)

Released in United States 1995 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24 - September 4, 1995.)

Released in United States 1995 (Shown at San Francisco International Film Festival April 20 - May 4, 1995.)

Released in United States January 1995 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Premieres) in Park City, Utah January 19-29, 1995.)

Released in United States 1995 (Shown at Venice Film Festival (Window on Images) August 30 - September 9, 1995.)

Released in United States 1996 (Shown at London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival as part of program "Queer Boys Go Straight" March 21 - April 4, 1996)

Released in United States May 1995 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 17-28, 1995.)

Released in United States July 1996 (Shown at Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival July 11-21, 1996.)

Released in United States 1995 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 18 - June 11, 1995.)

Released in United States November 1995 (Shown at London Film Festival (U.S. Independents) November 2-19, 1995.)