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Beata Henrichs ...
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Chance's Father
Eddie Ruscha ...
Surf bassist
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Chance's line, "I'm a driver. I'm a winner. Things are gonna change. I can feel it." is sampled in the song "Loser" by Beck. See more »

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The story of Chance and his plight through life and its many hurdles.
29 March 2006 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Kill the Moonlight is a piece of artistic genius. From the story line of a "LOSER" finding his way through L.A. and the many sub-encounters that this evokes.

It is true Folk-art. It is Modern Art. And it is most importantly F-U-N. And besides that, every shot is a masterpiece of Los Angeles and Simi Valley in the tumultuous early 1990's.

I recommend this movie for anyone who needs to know more about the life of a "lost" 20 something young man living in Southern California and trying to fulfill a dream, a desire, and a passion. In fact, this movie gives more to the viewer than the so-called cult hit "Slacker".

See it for yourself--its now available on DVD!!!!!


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