Dave and Joe, just evicted from their Oakland apartment, turn to stealing cars and dealing Fluoride to make their financial ends meet. One night they find Summer Hayes, star of a popular ... See full summary »

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Dave Meeks
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Summer Hayes / May (Quintessential American)
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Joe
Reggie D. White ...
Ricky Reyes
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Johnny Dakota
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Little Marcus
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Sy Bennington
Michael Garrett McDonald ...
Troy Boy
Miyaka Cochrane ...
Milo AKA DJ Dee Jay Noah
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Casper (Fluoride Junkie)
Jabari Martin ...
Officer T
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Darrell Williams
Antoine Pope ...
Amir
Brian Seitel ...
Trey, The Lookout (Trail Flashback)
Sebastian Crespo ...
Day'Shawn (Kidnapper)
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Storyline

Dave and Joe, just evicted from their Oakland apartment, turn to stealing cars and dealing Fluoride to make their financial ends meet. One night they find Summer Hayes, star of a popular 1990's teen soap, in the trunk of a stolen automobile. Shoot-outs, car chases, and overdoses ensue. In the Fluoride heightened world of "Medias Res", nothing is what it at first appears to be. Written by Anonymous

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It started with a kidnapping. It ended with a war. See more »


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18 December 2016 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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The Platt House, the location in which Joe deals Fluoride to the rap star, is modeled and named after an actual house in Pleasanton, CA; It was visited by the Medias Res writers a few times in the early 2000's. See more »

Quotes

Dave Meeks: Look, I'm not saying we have to get involved. Ok? We just need to get her some help. There's a hospital just a few miles from here... we'll take her there, park the car somewhere where nobody will see us. I'll go inside and tell the staff or something that I heard someone screaming inside the trunk of the car...
Joe: Man, that's got to be the stupidest, dumbest shit...
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Soundtracks

Coke and Bros
(Radio Single)
Lyrics by Adrian Anchondo (as Johnny Dakota)
Music by Dan Whittemore
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