Trying to avoid jail time from credit card fraud, Price, at the advice of his cousin, hides out at a college fraternity. There's only one thing his cousin didn't tell him... the entire frat... See full summary »

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Patrick McKnight ...
Price / Tay Harris
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Andre
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Shawn
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Kay-Kay (as Marco Rodriguez)
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Scotti White
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Kerri
Anthony Johnson ...
Coach
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Tiffany (as Natalie Desselle)
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Ducktape
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Paris
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Judge
Shavonne Burleigh ...
Law Student
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Christopher Ray Clark ...
Isaac
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Trying to avoid jail time from credit card fraud, Price, at the advice of his cousin, hides out at a college fraternity. There's only one thing his cousin didn't tell him... the entire frat house is GAY! Price has to pretend he is also gay in order to stay hidden. Mayhem and comedy explode as several members find Price attractive while Price struggles for his sanity. However, Price discovers a life lesson he never thought possible in the mistaken identity comedy from Raw Dawg Films. Written by Ben Robinson

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This is a great film!
10 March 2004 | by (Atlanta, Georgia) – See all my reviews

Sweet Hideaway is a little gem of a film. It's very well done, the story is interesting, and it's just plain funny! It had been a while since I'd seen a movie that made me laugh like this. A.J. Johnson and Ricky Smiley had me on the floor laughing too hard. Burton Gilliam did a spectacular job as Detective Johnson. I loved the way he delivered his lines... he was so maniacal, yet so lovable at the same time. I thought Patrick McKnight did a wonderful job for his first film appearance. All of the character development creates a memorable cast, as well as a memorable movie! This is definitely one for the collection. Four stars!


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