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When the Chemical Sisters, Montreal's fabulous club kid duo find an unconscious naked boy on their way out from yet another jetset event, they decide to bring him home and take matters into their own glittery hands. After baptizing their amnesiac boy-toy Chris, the infamous pair takes him on a grand tour of their wild nightlife frolic, their spontaneous media extravaganza and their dazzling diva lifestyle in order to help him find his identity and his way home. Written by
Refreshing Art movie with extraordinary camera work and one especially gifted actress
I was lucky to be in Montreal and see this film at a special cinema called Ex-Centris. There has never been a movie I enjoyed more. Some of the cast members were there and spoke to the audience. My absolute favorite was Lydia Lockett who played Magda. She recited some of her original poetry to us, right there in the theater. No wonder her lines were so great. She's a poet. Most of the cast wrote their lines because at the end of the movie it is written -"with improvisations by....." The director Ziad Touma is to congratulated. Watch out for his films. I believe he has begun a new wave in cinema. And watch out for Lydia Lockett. She is an actress beyond comparison.
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