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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
I just saw this on the movie channel the other night. I wished I saw it in the cinema. If you are fed up with Hollywood's version of life and want to see a film that is honest and beautiful, then see Saved By The Belles.
The cinematography is astonishing. The actors are authentic. I was moved to tears by Brian Charbonneau, who played the lead role of Sheena and Lydia Lockett who played in the subplot as a loving call girl.
Montreal looks beautiful. Ziad Touma, the director, is about the gutsiest man in his field.
I hope to see much more of his work.
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