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Kitchen Party (1997)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 8 September 1997 (Canada)
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A group of teenagers come together to indulge in that great Canadian pastime, the house-party, and find themselves literally confined to the kitchen trapped by an extraordinary well ... See full summary »

Director:

Gary Burns

Writer:

Gary Burns
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3 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Speedman ... Scott
Tygh Runyan ... Wayne
John Payne ... Bill
Jessica Leis Jessica Leis ... Bill's Kid
Aisha Schliessler ... Bill's Kid
Marc Petey Marc Petey ... Twin Dave
Ryan Petey ... Twin Nat
A.J. Bond A.J. Bond ... Tim
James McBurney James McBurney ... Cal
Jenafor Ryane Jenafor Ryane ... Marni
Joelle Thomas Joelle Thomas ... Marie
Kevin McNulty ... Brent
Gillian Barber ... Barb
Marie Stillin ... Marge
Sarah Strange ... Cynthia
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A group of teenagers come together to indulge in that great Canadian pastime, the house-party, and find themselves literally confined to the kitchen trapped by an extraordinary well manicured carpet in the living room. Elsewhere, the parents of these kids have a dinner party of their own, where suburban pretense slowly melts away exposing childish obsessions. Written by Marty

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If they found out, they'd kill me. See more »

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Comedy

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 September 1997 (Canada) See more »

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Dolby

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Crazy Credits

Following the full cast listing in the final credits, there is a notice: 'Many apologies to Jenafor Ryane for spelling her name wrong in the main titles.' See more »

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So are we really like that?
7 January 2000 | by Ice-trapSee all my reviews

This film about a group of teenager doing a little forbidden party. Mainly the movie is very interresting for it's way of it makes his character talk. We can easily find the major themes in the movies : generation problem, drugs and gun and perhaps family. The uncool kid is the very first character of his kind (never seen that way of thinking in any other film). He is like the teller of the story, doesn t do much, doesn t miss much neither. He is the morality of the film basically. If you like to see how it is like to be a teenager in our days I really recommand you this movie. Hope you will enjoy it as much as I did for it's truth that he is saying.


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