Entropy (1999)

  • Genre: Drama, Comedy, Romance
  • Release Date: 1999-11-27
  • User Rating: 5.8/10 from 25 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 44min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Tribeca Productions
  • Production Country: Ireland, South Africa, United States of America
  • Director: Phil Joanou
star 5.8/10
From 25 Ratings


Entropy is a semi-autobiographical film which tells the story of a young director struggling to make a film for a despotic studio while his life falls apart around him. Along the way, he goes on tour with U2 to help them make a music video, gets married in Vegas, and has a conversation with his cat.

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  • Stephen Dorff

    as Jake Walsh
  • Judith Godrèche

    as Stella
  • Kelly Macdonald

    as Pia
  • Lauren Holly

    as Claire
  • Jon Tenney

    as Kevin
  • Frank Vincent

    as Sal
  • Paul Guilfoyle

    as Andy
  • Hector Elizondo

    as The Chairman
  • Kathryn Erbe

    as Evan
  • Jim Gaffigan

    as Bucky
  • Bray Poor

    as Wyatt
  • Bono

    as Himself
  • The Edge

    as Himself
  • Drena De Niro

    as Waitress
  • Adam Clayton

    as Himself
  • Larry Mullen Jr.

    as Himself
  • Shaun Duke

    as Todd Smith
  • Kurt Loder

    as Himself
  • Charlene Blaine

    as Stewardess
  • Mark S. Porro

    as Maitre d'
  • Shannon Fiedler

    as Isabelle
  • Zach Tyler

    as Lukas
  • Dominic Hawksley

    as Pierre
  • Craig A. Emanuel

    as Jake's Lawyer
  • Brad Epstein

    as Claire's Manager
  • Richard Livingston

    as Claire's Agent
  • Julie Nathanson

    as Blind Date #1
  • Miriam Shor

    as Blind Date #2
  • Kate Miller

    as Blind Date #3
  • Meghan Strange

    as Blind Date #4
  • Betty Blunch

    as Chapel Owner
  • Tyde Kierney

    as Priest
  • Norm Jones

    as Elvis
  • Andy Fowle

    as Contractor
  • Cheryl Alexander

    as Nurse
  • Greg Bronson

    as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Sean Crouse

    as Saul (uncredited)
Directing Phil Joanou Director
Writing Phil Joanou Writer
Production Robert De Niro Producer
Production Ashok Amritraj Executive Producer
Production Ray Angelic Line Producer
Production Brad Epstein Producer
Production Phil Joanou Producer
Production Ned O'Hanlon Line Producer
Production Jane Rosenthal Producer
Production Elie Samaha Producer
Production Andrew Stevens Executive Producer
Sound George Fenton Original Music Composer
Editing John Galt Editor
Production Patricia McCorkle Casting
Art Lisa Albin Production Design
Art Harry Darrow Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up David C. Robinson Costume Design
Production Ray Angelic Unit Production Manager
Production Laurie Boccaccio Production Supervisor
Production Peter T. DaPuzzo Production Supervisor
Crew Francey Grace Post Production Supervisor
Production Vikki L. Henry Unit Manager
Production Mary McCarthy Production Manager
Production Carina Rubin Production Supervisor
Production Jonathan Stern Production Supervisor
Production Jim Townsend Unit Manager
Production Sarah Spearing Casting Assistant
Art Roni Deitz Location Scout
Art Joshua Humphrey Location Scout
Art Ronnie Kupferwasser Location Scout
Production Jonathan Manzo Location Manager
Production Colm Nolan Location Manager
Art Jennifer Quesenbery Location Scout
Production Alexis Arnold Production Coordinator
Art Karin Elsener Title Designer
Production Michelle Holt Production Coordinator
Production Tara Mullen Production Coordinator
Directing Monika Petrillo Script Supervisor
Directing Sheila Waldron Script Supervisor
Camera Carolyn Chen Director of Photography
Production Eileen Cabiling Production Coordinator