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Invitation (2001)

| Comedy, Drama
Invitation follows one night in the life of three roommates, Dan, Balazs and Stefan, as they host a house party. Stefan, a recovering alcoholic and drug abuser, doesn't want the party to ... See full summary »

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Stefan
Balázs Koós ...
Balazs
Dan Chameroy ...
Dan
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Amy
Siobhan Power ...
Soibhan
Sandra Caldwell ...
Sandra
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Anais
Steve Chamberlain ...
Chamberlain
Drew MacEachern ...
MacOS Geek
Derek Tokar ...
Syquest Geek
John Tallon ...
John
Chris Murphy ...
Chris
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Beer Guy
Ophira Eisenberg ...
Ophira
Jennifer Markle ...
Jennifer
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Invitation follows one night in the life of three roommates, Dan, Balazs and Stefan, as they host a house party. Stefan, a recovering alcoholic and drug abuser, doesn't want the party to happen but is quickly suckered into participating. When Anais, Stefan's girlfriend, doesn't show up at the party, he goes on a quest to find her. Balazs the youngest of the three roommates, is cornered to pay up on a debt by the end of the night. Desperate for cash, he attempts begging his friends and lovers, finally offering to publicly humiliate himself for the cash. Dan is seemingly the most centered of the three but it is evident that he harbors hostility towards his bohemian sister, Amy. The more drunk and flirtatious Amy gets, the more agitated Dan becomes. He eventually confronts Amy about his worst suspicion - that Amy had an affair with his fiancée. Invitation is a voyeuristic glimpse into the experiences of three roommates as they struggle to maintain control of their lives. Written by Anonymous

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5 Cameras, 4 Kegs and 200 of our closest friends.

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Comedy | Drama

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$50,000 (estimated)
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The entire film was shot at a real house party over a period of 24hrs. See more »

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I wouldn't believe it if I didn't see it for myself.
21 October 2002 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This film was a great example of what is possible with digital video. It was shot in a single night at a real party. More films should be exploring the possibilities of digital video instead for just trying to make the same old crap. This movie is definitely worth watching.


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