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Drawing Flies (1996)

A young man, with the help of his unsuspecting roommates, hikes through the Canadian wilderness in search of Sasquatch.

Directors:

Matthew Gissing (as Matt Gissing), Malcolm Ingram

Writers:

Malcolm Ingram, Matthew Gissing (as Matt Gissing)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Lee ... Donner
Renée Humphrey ... Meg
Jason Mewes ... Az
Carmen Llywelyn ... Cassidy (as Carmen Lee)
Martin Brooks Martin Brooks ... Jake
Gloria Ingram Gloria Ingram ... Welfare Worker
Kristin Mosier Kristin Mosier ... Girl working party door / Additional Bigfoot
Sheryl Brooks Sheryl Brooks ... Girl working party door
Joey Lauren Adams ... Hippy Chick (as Lauren Lyle)
Kevin Smith ... Himself (as Silent Bob)
Chris Pastras Chris Pastras ... Pierre
Brian Pearson ... Velma hater
Ethan Suplee ... Ethan (as Willam Black)
Fido Fido ... Cat at party
Lisa Zimmerman Lisa Zimmerman ... Bartender
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Storyline

Donner and his roomates are out of money and about to get evicted from their home. So as a diversion from their situation, he invites them to his father's cabin in the Canadian wilderness. They all go along, but soon learn that there's no cabin - he's really trying to find Sasquatch. Written by <jgp3553@yahoo.com>

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A good monster is a terrible thing to waste

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 February 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Рисуя полёты See more »

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Trivia

The filmmakers used the same camera Smith used to film his "Clerks." and the same cast he used to make "Mallrats." This film was literally filmed right after "Mallrats." See more »

Quotes

Donner: You're a fucking vampire! You suck the life out of everything you touch!
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Crazy Credits

Jon Knowles - thieving production assistant See more »

Alternate Versions

The DVD Features two versions of the film. The normal version and the 'Director's Cut' which is four minutes longer. The DVD Also features deleted scenes which include two longer takes of the guys on the couch talking about what they're going to do, two takes of the Directors as fanboys, and a take of the directors trying to get Jason Mewes to act. See more »

Connections

Referenced in An Evening with Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder (2006) See more »

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Scootin'
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Good but surreal film!
22 February 2002 | by sandspider1See all my reviews

I recently seen this film on DVD and couldn't because I am a big fan of viewaskew productions. On first viewing it I couldn't decide what to make of it. First I enjoyed but was not sure about something about it. Second viewing though I enjoyed immensley. I have always been a fan of Jason Lee ever since Mallrats but in this he is superb. Anyone who is a fan of Kevin Smith and Viewaskew, I urge you to see this.


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