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Mainly Etc. (2001)

On Friday April 8, 1994 eight friends reunite in San Francisco as news of Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain's suicide rocks the music world. Over the next three days, the artistic and idealistic ... See full summary »

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Valerie Allen ... Susan
John Hargrove ... Stewart
Scott Manelis ... Tom
Nicolae Muntean ... Driver
Mark Paniagua ... Mark
Carrie Rogers ... Kay
Jessica Scott ... Holly
Ric Silva ... 'Heavy Metal' Ronnie
Michael E. Stevens ... Jared
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David Perkinson ... Bobby
Lauren English ... Celeste
Janis Bergmann ... Holly's Mom
Melissa Helmer ... Machine Head Girl
Tom Gough ... Infomercial Director
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On Friday April 8, 1994 eight friends reunite in San Francisco as news of Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain's suicide rocks the music world. Over the next three days, the artistic and idealistic dreams of youth will confront the modern reality of the 1990's. And together, they will journey into the heart of a rock and roll suicide. Written by Anonymous

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Great movie with literary guts
8 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

As an English teacher, I appreciate films that do more than tell a story. Good films, like good literature, cause one to think, reflect and predict. This film made me do all three. Mr. Jansen takes risks and uses foreshadowing, symbolism and interesting turning points for many of his characters. I also likes the fact that despite the choices the characters make in the film, their choices do not seem as adolescent or felonious as other films I have seen. The acting is pretty good and the actors seem to share a good chemistry with each other. Excellent soundtrack, with songs you don't hear on the radio. It is a reconciling with life/spontaneous road trip film that deserves more than just a second glance.


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