Four randomly selected students from a Montreal University are chosen for SCRU 690's campus radio contest, 'Steakout'. The contestant who can live inside a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee the ... See full summary »

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Lucie O'Brien ...
Sarah
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Finn (as Simon Phillips)
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Brian
Lauren Abrahams ...
Lauren
Nick Kovacs ...
Jake
Matt Greenwood ...
Barney
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Rachel
David Sax ...
The DJ
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Paul Bonner ...
Stoner Fan
Ben Dally ...
DJ's Assistant
Daniel Holt ...
Beaten Fan
Susan Krashinsky ...
The Reporter
Ashley Wheaton ...
Rona
Norman Yap ...
Sarah Fan
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Four randomly selected students from a Montreal University are chosen for SCRU 690's campus radio contest, 'Steakout'. The contestant who can live inside a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee the longest, keeps the car. However, the station gets more than they bargained for when the contestants begin to find solace in their new sanctuary, and the contest becomes a cult hit on the campus Written by L. Burnham

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Fate exists

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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2 December 2000 (USA)  »

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CAD 1,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Two weeks after the film's premiere, the digital master and backup were stolen in a home robbery, leaving approximately 40 copies of the movie in existence. See more »

Quotes

Finn: I really like that coat...
Sarah: Really?
Finn: Yeah, it makes you look like a polar bear. Totally in the good sense of the word.
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"For all those who believed, and especially for all those who didn't" See more »

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Stakes are High
Written by Briana Nadeau
Performed by Briana Nadeau
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good times
20 July 2004 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

If anyone can manage to get a copy of this gem, lucky you. Just a fun movie, director Heffernan's first crack at a full-length feature film. Rough around the edges? Yes. A fun watch? Definitely. I'm a little biased, yes (look for me in a cameo as "Stoner in grey Deftones hat", my college persona), but this is an excellent effort for a Barney with $800 bucks, a digital camera and some friends having fun and making a movie. Despite the fact that all of the actors were paid with either sex, drugs, alcohol, or all of the above, the cast is quite good, finding the right balance between the dramatic and the absurd, the funny and the poignant. All in all, I just hope Gavin gets around to somehow releasing this film. Chances are he won't, but here's to hoping.


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