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A group of teenagers come together to indulge in that great Canadian pastime, the house-party, and find themselves literally confined to the kitchen trapped by an extraordinary well manicured carpet in the living room. Elsewhere, the parents of these kids have a dinner party of their own, where suburban pretense slowly melts away exposing childish obsessions. Written by
Speaking as a 33 year old, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this movie about a group of highschool students having a party. This setting of a group of teens having a party at friend's house took me back to my highschool days. It was so incredibly real that it could have been any one of the parties I attended in my school days.
I also got a lot of laughs and thought the script was wonderfully interesting. Two thumbs up for a project well done! Anyone who has ever partied in their lives, should definitely see this one. And Scott Speedman! What a doll, if only I were 10 years younger!
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