Five narcissistic roommates rife with animosity hastily conspire to pull off an underground rave party, without their elderly landlady knowing about it. Things spiral out of control and everyone gets a little more than they bargained for.
Six odd ball Hollywood types, each with their own dysfunctional personalities live under the roof of the same mansion. They're only common thread is they all have rooms for rent. Dysfunktion is an laugh out loud comedic take on the drama that ensues in a day when that many people live together and have absolutely nothing in common! Written by
This is a film of twists and turns first funny, then sad and then crazy.
Its path is totally unpredictable.
The cast is diverse and made up largely of unknowns who deliver a good performance but you will still see a face or two that you have seen before.
I strongly recommend this flick to those who want to take a ride and end up scratching their head about where they are and how they got there at the end.
There are scenes that will remind many of their own life experiences: a) youth hiding porn from parents b) old folks sharing trials and tribulations c) parents trying to check on their kids away from home for the first time d) the party you can't remember but someone said you had fun
There's more but you need to see it for yourself.
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