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Nonsense Revolution (2008)

After a night spent drinking and partying, a group of six best friends is torn apart when they accidentally kill their bisexual friend Kaz when he darts in front of their car. One year ... See full summary »

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Ann Verrall

Writer:

Ann Verrall
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Credited cast:
Anastasia Phillips ... Tess
Alex House ... Kaz
Gregory Penney Gregory Penney ... Curtis
Seamus Morrison ... Logan
Loretta Yu ... Nora
Robert Clark ... Tom
Shauna Bradley Shauna Bradley ... Mia
Adrian Comeau Adrian Comeau ... Bo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Deborah Allen Deborah Allen ... Curtis' Ancestor
Emily Bartlett Emily Bartlett ... Sexy gal
Shauna Bradely Shauna Bradely ... Mia
Novalea Buchan Novalea Buchan ... Curtis' Ancestor
Ryan Doucette ... Cool guy who does dishes
Lisa Fennell Lisa Fennell ... Curtis' Ancestor
Todd Godin Todd Godin ... Police Constable
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After a night spent drinking and partying, a group of six best friends is torn apart when they accidentally kill their bisexual friend Kaz when he darts in front of their car. One year later, Kaz appears to Tess as an eternally-horny angel who only Tess can see. It's up to her to reunite the remaining five friends so Kaz can move on, but things don't always go according to plan. Written by Marisa

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Comedy | Drama

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Another teen angst film
24 December 2009 | by estehlSee all my reviews

A group of twenty-somethings deal with the death of one of their friends. Now, one year later, most have moved on, but one girl, Tess, still grieves and gets visited by her dead friend, complete with angelic wings. But the kid is far from saintly. Most obviously, and persistently mentioned, that since he died with an erection (?) he still has it, and cannot relieve the situation. He urges Tess to get the gang back together for one last night of partying on his anniversary. Though the people are reluctant at first, plans fall together and all the buried anger, grief and frustration comes to the surface, during a wild night, filled with lots of repressed, and unleashed, sexual tension. The film is whimsical at times, amusing quite often, but definitely not for the average taste.


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Canada

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English

Release Date:

18 September 2008 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Nova Scotia, Canada

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Emotion Pictures See more »
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