WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS Amazing New 1 [Blu-ray]
Cast: Zac Efron, Emily Ratakousuki -, | Alesso, Nicky Romero, Dillon Francis
Director: Max Joseph
Format: Color, Dolby, Widescreen
Languages: English, Japanese
Region Code: Region Free (Worldwide Common)
Screen size: 1.78: 1
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date 2017/01/06
Time: 96 minutes
2 in stock
Max Joseph (on his feature directing debut) and Meaghan Oppenheimer wrote the screenplay for the 2015 drama film We Are Your Friends, which was adapted from a Richard Silverman story. The movie, which features Zac Efron, Emily Ratajkowski, and Wes Bentley, centers on a young DJ in Los Angeles who is attempting to get into the music business and navigate life with his friends.
On August 28, 2015, Warner Bros. Pictures distributed the movie in the US. Internationally, including in France, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, and New Zealand, WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS was distributed by its backer, StudioCanal. The movie made $11 million and garnered mediocre reviews.
WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS, Former track star, college dropout, and struggling DJ in the electronic dance music (EDM) scene Cole Carter (Zac Efron) aspires to be a well-known record producer. Cole secures a work as a DJ at a nearby nightclub, where he meets the headlining DJ, James Reed, a once-innovative DJ (Wes Bentley).
James invites Cole WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS to a party where Cole experiences hallucinations due to phencyclidine in a joint they shared (PCP). The following morning, Cole awakens at James’ residence where he meets Sophie (Emily Ratajkowski), James’ girlfriend and personal assistant, who then provides transportation to his home.
Later, James makes a paid request of Cole to DJ at his house party. When Cole’s friends Dustin Mason (Jonny Weston WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS), Ollie (Shiloh Fernandez WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS), and Squirrel (Alex Shaffer WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS) arrive.
Mason gets into a confrontation with one of the party guests and needs to be hauled out of James’ pool when he taunts him. Despite Cole’s past and his pals.
James recognizes his promise and accepts him as a student. James critiques Cole for copying other well-known producers after hearing his unique music, and he proposes employing organic sounds to create an original vibe. They use Sophie’s vocals and the original vibe technique to write a song that is favorably accepted at a nearby nightclub.
Cole then travels to Las Vegas with his pals for a music event where he encounters Sophie WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS, whom James left behind. Cole receives MDMA from Sophie, and the two of them spend the night at a motel together sleeping.
James invites Cole to watch an MMA match with him WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS and Sophie back in San Fernando. After a tense exchange, Sophie advises Cole to accept what occurred and move on, and James offers Cole the chance to open for him at a well-known music festival in addition to a new MacBook Pro. One day.
Tanya Romero’s house is being foreclosed on, so Cole and Paige (played by Jon Bernthal and Alicia Coppola) meet up with her. Paige purchases her home and rents it back to her during the negotiation with the intention of selling it swiftly for a high price, which infuriates Cole. James and Cole visit a strip club for his birthday while Sophie starts to suffer from James’ drunkenness.
James breaks up contact with Cole after learning of his relationship with Sophie and Cole’s illness. It is revealed that Squirrel has been hunting for better employment, and that Mason has rented a house for his three companions. Squirrel is found comatose and later dies from an overdose after a wild night of partying.
Following the funeral, the remaining friends start to think about their future and part ways after Mason accuses Ollie of using narcotics that caused Squirrel to die. Cole informs James, whose drunkenness has fully overwhelmed him, of Squirrel’s passing and that he might have contributed to it.
James comforts him and reveals that Sophie has relocated to the San Fernando Valley and is employed by a nearby coffee shop, where he will later pay her a visit.
Cole’s phone’s battery runs out when he’s out for a run, and the music stops. When he pays greater attention, he begins to listen to his surroundings, which motivates him to record samples and include them in his eagerly anticipated music. James soon receives a call from Cole letting him know that he has something for Summer Fest, and he offers Cole another chance.
The American Apparel building in Los Angeles is where the festival is held. Cole drops his song, which features snatches of his talks with Sophie and Squirrel, and then he utilizes Squirrel’s famous phrase, “Are We Ever Going To Be Better Than This?” as the hook before the rhythm drops. James and the audience clap enthusiastically for Cole as the song comes to a close.
In the movie’s climax, Sophie returns to college, Ollie reads for an audition, Mason manages the nightclub, and Cole maintains his optimism about the future while forging a loving bond with Sophie.
In the middle of the credits, Tanya discovers an Adidas box at her front door that Cole had been using to stash all of his winnings.