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Jérémie Yuen ...
DJ Sabu
Craig Aftanis ...
Happy
Clayton Godson ...
Spanky O'Niel
John Simone ...
Ricky G
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Darnel (as Dita Vendetta)
Chelsey Perfanick ...
Chelsea
Sylvia Dueck ...
Sylvia
Lola Wong ...
Lola
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Eddie Lazarenko ...
Sofa Boy
Seun Olagunju ...
Dildo Queen
Joanne Rodriguez ...
Magnolia Thunderpussy
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DJ Sabu's overactive libido leads him into teenaged pregnancy. His mythic quest for two thousand boys ends with Happy, a paranoid UFO-ologist to whom aliens promise to appear (as his love child). Spanky is an evil hairdresser trying to foil Sabu's mission, he is the self-proclaimed 'biggest bitch in the world.' The action unfolds at a series of raves on old garbage hill in an industrial Antonioni landscape peopled with characters right out of vintage John Waters. Written by Anonymous

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rave | quest | hairdresser | alien | 2000s | See All (61) »

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Happy: Sabu is 43, is 7. 42 which is the answer of everything. 42 is completeness. You're just one step away.
DJ Sabu: I believe its you.
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Brilliant film
24 July 2001 | by (Torotno, Canada) – See all my reviews

There may be a basis for the common opinion that Canadian movies are dark, dreary and slow-moving, but Hey Happy! leaves at least the last two behind in the prairie dust. Even the movie's darkness is the kind that only underlines the mad joy, the elated wild abandon that fuels this surreal tale of sex, drugs and electronic music on the eve of Winnipeg's apocalypse. The sheer power of the film's hope-through-hedonism ethic lifts a gay rave frolic into one of the most subversive, and therefore one of the most important, movies I have ever seen.


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