When The Rules of Attraction hit theaters in 2002, it was branded as a teen comedy, no doubt to capitalize on the success of stars like James Van Der Beek and Jessica Biel. The marketing couldn't have been more wrong. This is a dark film, but one that guest Sean Abraham Preston feels like not enough people have seen. We talk about why such a dark movie appealed to Sean, the nihilistic world of Bret Easton Ellis, and creating a life in Hollywood in this episode.
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