Wannabe rock star Goldi lands in a house of three musicians, one too hot, one too cold, and a third who seems just right. They let her sing with their band, and she romances them one at a ... See full summary »

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Sasha Ormond ...
Goldi
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Darby
Dominick Abrams ...
Adler
Greg LeGros ...
Miles
Laura Kim ...
Lil
Megan Dunlop ...
Rhonda
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Pretty Girl in Hallway
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Dave
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Stoner Guy
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Wannabe rock star Goldi lands in a house of three musicians, one too hot, one too cold, and a third who seems just right. They let her sing with their band, and she romances them one at a time, thinking she's found her new home. But when she unleashes her own songs on the guys, they cut her out of their scene, forcing her to discover that real success means becoming your own rock and roll hero. Written by Anonymous

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It's not who you f**k, it's how you rock 'n' roll

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Comedy | Music

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29 August 2003 (Canada)  »

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CAD 408,000 (estimated)
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Awsome
9 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

Saw the film at the NSI film exchange here in Winnipeg.

It was truly amazing. I really enjoyed it and so did everyone else I was with. It includes some great music (40 bands either appear in or are musically featured in the film) This is definitely a film I hope to purchase a copy of when it is released. The film paints a great (I assume accurate as the film makes grew up in the scene) picture of the Toronto rock scene. It's films like this one that prove Canadian cinema is no less in quality than any from around the world.


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