Actors:Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Brett Cullen, Shea Whigham, Bill Camp, Glenn Fleshler, Leigh Gill, Josh Pais, Rocco Luna, Marc Maron, Sondra James, Murphy Guyer, Douglas Hodge, Dante Pereira-Olson, Carrie Louise Putrello, Sharon Washington, Hannah Gross, Frank Wood, Brian Tyree Henry, April Grace, Mick Szal, Carl Lundstedt, Michael Benz, Ben Warheit, Gary Gulman, Sam Morril, Chris Redd, Mandela Bellamy, Demetrius Dotson II, Greer Barnes, Ray Iannicelli, Bryan Callen, Peter Hans Benson, Vito Gerbino, Adam Quezada, Xavyer Ureña, Evan Rosado, Damian Emmanuel, Mike Troll, Jane Fergus, David Gibson, Tony D. Head, Jeff McCarthy, Kim Brockington, Troy Roberts, Lou Young, Michael-Scott Druckenmiller, Craig Austin, John Cenatiempo, Danny Schoch, Keith Buterbaugh, James Ciccone, Rich Campbell, Roger Squitero, Steven Elson, Graham Mabry, John Alldred, Alonzo Wright, Jack Wilkins, Richard Baratta, Mary Kate Malat, Adrienne Lovette, Justin Theroux, Alissa Bourne, Jamaal Burcher, Dj Nino Carta, John Cashin, Jason John Cicalese, Brendan Patrick Connor, Blaise Corrigan, Dennis Jay Funny, Matthias Sebastiun Garry, James P. Harkins, Joseph Hernandez, Ben Heyman, Graham Maby, Jolie Chan, Jesse Schratz, Isabella Ferreira
Plot of the film "Joker"
The action of "Joker" takes place in Gotham City around 1981. Arthur Fleck is a clown of Ha-Ha's company, as well as a stand-up comedian. While performing one of the tasks of the Haha company, a group of teenage punks steals his sign, which he uses to advertise the store. Arthur chases them into an alley, but they pounce on him and smash the sign over his head, after which they mercilessly beat him. This attack comes at a time when crime, unemployment and poverty are rampant in Gotham. After the attack, Arthur comes to the social worker for medication because he suffers from a mental disorder that makes him laugh at the wrong time. During the bus ride home from her office, a small child looks at Arthur, who makes silly faces to amuse the boy. However, his mother doesn't like it. She tells Arthur to leave the boy alone. In response, Arthur laughs hysterically at her and hands her a postcard in which he explains his mental state. When Arthur returns home, we meet his sick mother Penny, with whom he lives. When they watch a talk show with host Murray Franklin, Arthur introduces himself on the show. In his little fantasy, Arthur conquers both Murray and the audience with his touching story about taking care of his mother. Their life cannot be called happy, and money is tight. Penny, who used to work for Thomas Wayne, writes to him to see if he can help make their lives a little easier.