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Unsolved Suburbia (2010)

Not Rated | | Crime, Drama | Video 5 October 2010
Bi-sexual high school senior Marty investigates a murder with his friend Jake, while juggling his boyfriend and girlfriend, hoping to keep them from finding out about each other.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Johnny Lockhart ...
Marty
Aleksandr Dissan ...
Thomas
Steven Christopher ...
Jake
Georgia Visser ...
Anybodys
David Blanco ...
Eddie
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Michael
Michael Ryan ...
Tony
B. Aleksander Loarca ...
Eddie's Brother (Carlos)
Jett Lowe ...
Jett (as Jet Lowe)
Jon Plaut ...
Voice Over / Jett
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Mr. Gonzales / Mr. G
Graciela Schreiber ...
Eddie's Mother
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Eddie's sister
Cara Picton ...
Miss Margo
Ron Murillo ...
Sophia's / Sofia's Father

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MARTY is a quirky straight guy weekdays, and gay on weekends, a high school senior, who along with his questionably straight friend JAKE, unravels the mystery of who put a hit on their friend THOMAS'S new gay lover. Jake uses his expertise as a peeping tom and gossip monger to discover neighborhood secrets, while Marty helps Thomas hide safely. At home Marty has problems of his own, when his boyfriend MICHAEL, and girlfriend ANYBODYS, find out about each other. When a surprise fourth person is sneaks into the room, the end results might be deadlier than the hit man. Written by Anonymous

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UnSolVed sUburBiA....In Black & White and Color See more »

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Crime | Drama

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Banlieues secrètes  »

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Jett Lowe was credited as Jett Lowe in the opening credits, and as Jet Lowe in the closing credits, but the character he portrayed was listed as Jett in both the opening and closing credits. See more »

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Sheri Vasquez portrays Sofia (Sofia spelled with an 'f'), as credited on screen in the opening credits. Ron Murillo and Sonja Fisher portray her parents, however, their opening on screen credited roles are as Sophia's Father and Sophia's Mother (Sophia spelled with 'ph'), and then later in the opening credits, Joey H is credited on screen as Sofia's Brother (again, Sophia with an 'f'). Finally, in the closing credits, the credits are all for Sofia (Sofia with an 'f'). See more »

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Jake: Where would we be if Columbus hadn't discovered America?
Marty: In Europe, where we belong.
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Marty and the gang will return in.... UnSolVeD sUmMeR VaCAtioN See more »

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References Hairspray (2007) See more »

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Goin' Out
by J. Rath (as Jeremy Rath)
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No crime, No drama, No comedy
7 January 2011 | by (Somewhere over the rainbow (Netherlands)) – See all my reviews

The idea of this movie was surely great: a crime happens and some people try to solve the mystery.

However the result is something in between everything. It has his funny moments, but they are rare. What are not rare are the moments that (almost) naked guys are visible. Nothing wrong with that as long as it fits in the story. Or you want to make a (soft) porn movie.

And then there is a voice over explaining everything, because it was too difficult to let the movie do so. The acting to another difficult part. A lot of the actors need some training if they every want to play a real part. But I doubt if that is their goal. Looks like they all had some fun in the few days this movie was made and didn't care about the result.

I gave the movie a 5/10 because of the idea and to stimulate other independent producers to get a lot of new stuff out, even if no or little budget is available.


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