The world-famous Kids of Widney High --a group of young adults with developmental disabilities in a unique rock band-- improvise a series of fascinating and hilarious vignettes over a two-hour dinner at a posh Beverly Hills restaurant. Topics of conversation run the gamut between earthquakes and eyebrow fetishes.


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Cast overview:
Luis Fernandez ...
Angry Husband
Elisa De La Torre ...
Nervous Wife
Cain Fonseca ...
Bar Tender / Waiter / Manager / Chef
Matty Carvajal ...
Blind Date Woman
Fabian Castillo ...
Blind Date Man
Tanesa Tarvin ...
Cell Phone Actress
Shelly Goodhope ...
New Filmmaker
Darrell Love ...
Street Performer


Over a two-hour dinner at a swanky Beverly Hills restaurant, the world-famous Kids of Widney High improvise a series of interweaving vignettes. Cain takes over as the ever-present "everyman" of the restaurant, acting as Manager/Chef/Waiter/Bar Tender, seating the rest of the Kids at their tables, and tending to their needs. Peewee and Elisa argue over whether or not they'll be attending a high school reunion for Elisa, as Peewee grows more and more inebriated and apoplectic as the night progresses. Meanwhile, Fabian and Matty are on a blind date in which Matty is talkative and a bit too intimate for the taciturn and introverted Fabian. No Beverly Hills restaurant would be complete without its annoying celebrity presence, which is exactly the role Tanesa fills, as an obnoxious engenue on her cell phone, endlessly jabbering to her agent, boyfriends, other filmmakers, et al... across the table from poor Shelly who's a recent film school graduate (winner of the coveted "best film student ... Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

27 January 2005 (USA)  »

Box Office


$20,000 (estimated)

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Though they workshopped their characters and basic plotlines with directors beforehand, the Kids of Widney High completely improvised all their dialogue, and most of the story on the spot. These changes sometimes drastically altered the rest of the film's scenes. See more »

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Production Assistant: Joel's Wife See more »


References Playtime (1967) See more »


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