A high school valedictorian who gets baked with the local stoner finds himself the subject of a drug test. The situation causes him to concoct an ambitious plan to get his entire graduating class to face the same fate, and fail.
A dialogue-driven, rapid-fire comedy about three contentious roommates and their hapless guests, two lovely ladies and a very unfortunate intruder. Over the course of a long evening, we ... See full summary »
Saw this tonight at the film's premiere at the Atlantic Film Festival. The crowd was great, and we were laughing our heads off all the way through.
As a recently-graduated homeschooler myself, it was amusing to see an outsider's (highly inaccurate in my case, but hilarious) take on the practice. Some of the questions raised in the film are questions I ask myself often.
Kudos to the excellent cast, especially Steven Yaffee as the main character, and Wallace Langham as his father, who both really get into their characters and make us feel their emotions.
There's a plot twist near the end that seems a bit ridiculous and unnecessary at first, but may make more sense once you think it over.
All in all, a great film, and it's always nice to see films from Atlantic Canada that are just good fun to watch.
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