City Loop tells the story of six young people who work in a pizzeria, as they struggle to comes to terms with boredom, fear of responsibility and pizzas to go.

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Dom
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Misha
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Erin
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Robert
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Katie
Megan Cooper ...
Stacey (as Megan Dorman)
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Sophie
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Gary
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Mr. Maxwell
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Security Guard
Terry Annesley ...
Homeless Man
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Bar Attendant
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Boy Hoon
Kate Crosby ...
Girl Hoon
Mick Van Moorsel ...
Driving Hoon

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City Loop tells the story of six young people who work in a pizzeria, as they struggle to comes to terms with boredom, fear of responsibility and pizzas to go.

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I would very much like to see it again
11 April 2002 | by (belgium) – See all my reviews

It's been like 1,5 year ago that I've seen the movie, but I frequently think back about it. And when I read the previous comment, I realized what specific detail made me like this movie so much: the emptiness! The previous person on this board didn't like the fact that there were no cars or extra to be seen, and he supposed that Miss Chayko did it on purpose to give a sphere of loneliness. That's a possibility, but even when the reason is simply that there was no money for extras, I don't care: it gave the movie its unique atmosphere.

And I also agree that Miss Chayko will, one day, certainly make a great movie!


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