Frat House (1998)

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a fake documentary that fools everyone.
14 October 2002 | by (San Francisco, CA) – See all my reviews

Brilliant movie, if anyone ever gets the chance to see this you're lucky! The thing is that it isn't a documentary, it's all scripted, I was fooled the whole time. That's why HBO won't show it, it's because they were tricked and so was sundance!

The creators of this project are surely some of the smarter film makers out there, even though his newer movies don't compare to the intensity this one does. Frat House is a must see.

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