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Road to Flin Flon (2000)

R | Comedy
Joe Kasko, a dejected L.A. musician, is just about to make a life change and move to Flin Flon, Canada to do social work with the Eskimos; however, a strange adventure on his last day leads him to reevaluate his life and his goals.

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David Fulk
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Credited cast:
Charles Klausmeyer Charles Klausmeyer ... Joe Kasko
Jamie Kennedy ... Brad
Gabriella Lamiel Gabriella Lamiel ... Taylor
Pamela Stone Pamela Stone ... Sasha
Daniel Hirsch ... Marty
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Denise Ames Denise Ames ... Sexy Girl
Bethany Bassler Bethany Bassler
Dean Testerman ... Getaway Driver
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Joe Kasko, a dejected L.A. musician, is just about to make a life change and move to Flin Flon, Canada to do social work with the Eskimos; however, a strange adventure on his last day leads him to reevaluate his life and his goals.

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Comedy

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Rated R for language, sexuality/nudity, and drug content
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Laguna Beach, California, USA See more »

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Bi-Coastal Pictures See more »
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There are actually no Eskimo's in flin flon. See more »

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Good premise, funny flick in the "road show" genre.
14 August 2000 | by rcimasiSee all my reviews

This witty reverse road show tale ("On-the-Road-to-Let-me-Out-of-L.A.")puts an engaging comedic slant on the well-worn industry-weary angst of trying to "make it" on the L.A. entertainment scene. Charles Klausmeyer as the "thoroughly-fed-up-with Tinseltown" Joe Kasko plays his exasperation to the hilt...the problem is, he finds getting out of L.A. (with sidekick Brad, played to the rafters by Jamie Kennedy)to be more exaspertaing than staying, as every circumstance holds him back. Gabriella Lamiel (as the enticing love interest, Taylor)almost proves to be the circumstance that keeps the seriously cynical Joe from fulfilling his crusade to abandon the despair & disappointment of the treacherous L.A. grind by traveling to the remote native Indian community of "Flin-Flon" in remote Canada. Shot entirely in a quirky, documentary style, this film, with its well-directed, multiple changes of scene, pace & tone,(and a less-than-predictable-ending)holds your interest and most importantly....it's funny.


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