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Life of the Party (2017)

A touching comedy drama about 3 friends edging towards their mid thirties who, in an attempt to hang on to their carefree youth,embark on an attempt to write themselves into the history books by trying to host the world's longest house party.

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Jason Doo has a mission - to break the world record for the longest house party ever held, at just over 427 days, held by a young German man by the name of Olaf Goldstein. With the somewhat reluctant help of his house mates and lifelong friends Craig Morgan and Sandra Parnell, they set off on their attempt, and although initially everything is fun and spirits run high, they slowly begin to discover things about themselves and each other, their relationships, their weaknesses, and exactly where they're willing to draw the line at having a good time. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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7 July 2017 (Australia)  »

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AUD 500,000 (estimated)
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Great Film - 10/10 would recommend.
16 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Fantastic Aussie film that everyone can relate to. It's light hearted, fun and honest. It has it's moments where it is heartbreaking, and has you sitting at the edge of your seat pretending that you are not crying. It's got everything you need in a movie. This film truly was the Life of the Party.


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