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North Beach (2000)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 7 June 2000 (USA)
News of a slacker's infidelity spreads like wildfire throughout a tight knit San Francisco neighborhood, leading the man to retrace his steps and win back his girlfriend.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Casey Peterson ...
Tyler
Jennifer Milmore ...
Paige
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Pete
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Robbie
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Ted
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Veronica (as Barrow Davis)
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Steve
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Lu
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Ernie
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Wendy (as Lucie Ayala)
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Joe
Robert Celli ...
Sean
Lawrence H. Toffler ...
Cameron (the Suit)
Rob Mulloy ...
Funny Hat Doug
Jaci Hays ...
Michelle
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Tyler is a slacker who spends his days in a haze, with an everlasting pack of cigarettes by his side. Railing against the corporate culture of America, and keeping the dream alive of non-conformity, that's Tyler's way. But when a drunken bender leads to a tryst with a 19 year old stripper, Tyler's world is being rocked. With Paige, his girlfriend having drawn the last straw by getting wind of Tyler's infidelity. Not giving him a straight answer on the future of their relationship, has prompted Tyler to wonder and wander aimlessly around his San Francisco neighborhood. Of course, the ever continuing presence of his eccentric slacker buddies isn't helping Tyler figure out his situation in life, or winning Paige back. Written by mystic80

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A guy, a girl, a stripper, 23 beers, 37 cigarettes, and 1 last chance to win her back...it's a helluva way to start the day. See more »

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Not only was this a great film, it was based on a real group of people I am honored to call friends.
23 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Once you see this film, and you should, You'll wonder how anyone could live like that, not only for a 24 hour period, try 5 years. Thats how long I live in North Beach with Pete, Rob, Joe and many more. It's a fun ride that ends with the question of, Do I have to grow up? The dialog is taken from conversations we all had at the, now gone, Northend Caffe. The smoking, coffee and drink were not exaggerated. Rent it, live it, cause I did, and this movie brings sentimental tears to my eyes. The actual haunts we lived in, bars, caf├ęs, clubs and restaurants are all represented here. They acting was spot on, and Jed did a heck of a job capturing the true feel of our neighborhood, relationships and lifestyles. I remember at the SF Film Festival, A viewer asked Jed and Richard, if they over did it on the drinking and smoking, which they replied no, we hung out with the actual people and this is no stretch or reality, we can't wait to get back home for a break.


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