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The Private Public (2001)

Zeke Lareau and Auggie Jacobs are two college seniors who have never met. Both are only a semester away from graduation, or so they think. During a night out on the town, a bar scuffle ... See full summary »

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Laina Brookhart
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Zeke Lareau
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August 'Auggie' Jacobs (as Jason Rush)
Curt Smith ...
Professor Nick Powell
Kelly Lynch ...
Maddy Nielsen Kline (as Kelly C. Lynch)
Blair Stevens ...
Holly West (as Blair E. Stevens)
Ross Brockley ...
Professor Hass
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Cameron Martin - Zeke's Roomate
Cory Brown ...
Nate Wilson - Zeke's Roomate
Brian Calek ...
Brian Camel - Auggie's Roomate
Robb Vallier ...
Brix - Auggie's Roomate (as Rob Vallier)
Utah Naganuma ...
Addia - Auggie's Roomate
Billi Fay ...
Karen
Fred Vallier ...
Dr. Jack Stugge
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Zeke Lareau and Auggie Jacobs are two college seniors who have never met. Both are only a semester away from graduation, or so they think. During a night out on the town, a bar scuffle breaks out and mistakenly lands them in the county jail. After spending the night in cells joined by a window, they discover that although their personalities are night and day in comparison, they both share personal desires for Auggie's extremely liberated ex-girlfriend, Laina, as well as a desire for the truth. Zeke and Auggie soon find themselves engulfed in local stardom after teaming up in film class for a locally broadcasted mini-documentary that reveals Laina's lesbian life style and Zeke and Auggie's unique interests in her. But that stardom soon places Zeke and Auggie in the greatest struggle of their lives when their second documentary, which exposes a nationally acclaimed professor as a sexual offender, is met by opposition from the university, as well as the local authorities. Facing ... Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for strong sexual content and language
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18 January 2001 (USA)  »

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Good Lord
29 September 2001 | by (Hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

I had the "pleasure" of watching a screening copy of this movie. It was atrocious. The only worth while performances in this "film" were from Real World Bostonian Jason and the lesser of team Tears for Fears Curt Smith. Real World Seattler David wasn't great, but seeing as it was his first movie I can almost let it slide. Traci Bingham was EASILY the WORST part of this movie, Larry Moss couldn't even help her complete lack of acting talent. The script comes in at a close second and the cinematography is a tight third as the other reasons to avoid this film.


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