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The Long Weekend (2004)

It's the Canada Day long weekend. Seven former roommates from university gather at a remote cottage in Northern Ontario to celebrate their 10-year reunion. The alcohol flows as the friends ... See full summary »

Director:

D.W. Gordon (as Daniel Wilson)

Writer:

D.W. Gordon (screenplay) (as Daniel Wilson)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Elliott Christopher Elliott ... Joe
Thea Britton ... Karen
Michael Ledgister Michael Ledgister ... Peter
Chani Nicholas Chani Nicholas ... Jamie
Leslie Ferreira ... Holly
Savannah Burton ... Jerry
Leah Gualtieri Leah Gualtieri ... Mary
Dwayne Evens Dwayne Evens ... Josh
Kate Meehan Kate Meehan ... Lisa
Catherine Meyer Catherine Meyer ... Sarah Duncan
Miles Finlayson Miles Finlayson ... The Director
Julie Edwards Julie Edwards ... Sophie
Frank W. Taylor Frank W. Taylor ... Great Great Grandpa (as Frank Wade)
William Meneses William Meneses ... John (The Bodyguard)
Jesse Dunfield Jesse Dunfield ... Psychological Counsellor
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Storyline

It's the Canada Day long weekend. Seven former roommates from university gather at a remote cottage in Northern Ontario to celebrate their 10-year reunion. The alcohol flows as the friends re-acquaint and a huge party ensues. Everyone is having a great time until they find out that the Seventh Street serial rapist is lurking somewhere near the cottage. This notorious rapist and murderer has already claimed five victims and the friends worry he may be looking to them for his sixth. Nerves are frayed as the friends do their best to enjoy the party, but on the morning of the second day one of the women goes missing and that's just the beginning of the horror... The only catch is: it's all real. Shot entirely with hidden cameras, this movie is the first ever "reality movie" in which, for the first time ever, "the horror is real". Written by Daniel Wilson

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive strong and crude sexual content, gross-out humor, language and brief drug use
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

2009 (USA) See more »

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