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Late Night Sessions (1999)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Caterpillar MacLaggan Caterpillar MacLaggan ... Nina
Zak Santiago ... Danny (as Zak Santiago Alam)
Terry Chen ... Dax
Brett Queen Brett Queen ... J.J.
John Kobylka John Kobylka ... Partner
Monika Kuperzynski Monika Kuperzynski ... Sarah (as Monica Kupczynski)
Alisen Down ... Candy
Jim Shield ... Mickey
Kimani Ray Smith ... Manni
Ryan Robbins ... Ben
Christine Chatelain ... Zoie
Michael Nyuis Michael Nyuis ... Shaggy
Ilona Roth Ilona Roth ... Thief
Blair Cooley Blair Cooley ... Store Employee
Joshua B. Hamlin Joshua B. Hamlin ... Dreads
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Rated R for strong language, drug use and some sexual content
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Canada

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English

Also Known As:

Noites Alucinantes See more »

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Intuit
Written & Performed by the Sci-Fi Witch Doctor
Courtesy of Phatt and Phresh Music
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Late Night Stinkings
23 April 2002 | by The Red BullSee all my reviews

Not being from BC, I think I might have missed the point of this film. I think this film was supposed to be a social commentary on something, but it was lost on me as I didn't really like any of the characters, mostly owing to the fact they were two dimensional stereotypes who don't develop in any way, shape or form.

The plot of this story is simple. Two people (the stereotypical good-guy ravers) want to throw a party, but they don't have the space. To spread the word, they enlist the help of Shaggy (a stereotypical stoner) and one of their friend's girlfriend (a stereotypical lesbian). Along the way, they're hounded by a night club owner (who is stereotypically evil) to use his place for their party because he owes money to a gang guy, I guess, who is stereotypically eviller.

Sometimes, I just feel like denouncing BC as part of Canada.


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