When the owner of Hartman's Rock Club (Richard Chamberlain) falls ill, his estranged family swoops into town to sell the club and collect the money. What they don't expect is a full-scale ...
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In Manhattan, Eurasian acting student Julia Chamonix (Ha Phuong) is unable to enjoy the privileged life she shares with her doting father (Andrew McCarthy). Haunted by the tragic early ... See full summary »
A slightly dystopian vision of LA, we follow three disaffected teenagers, Jessie, Calvin and Nicky, all victims of extreme childhoods, running supreme hedonistic riot as they try to work out a way in life.
When the owner of Hartman's Rock Club (Richard Chamberlain) falls ill, his estranged family swoops into town to sell the club and collect the money. What they don't expect is a full-scale neighborhood rebellion by the eccentric musicians, drunks and drag queens that frequent the club.Written by
This is an awesome movie with a strong message! The music is probably the most defining element of the film and it creates an unique atmosphere. I like it. All the actors are excellent. And Richard Chamberlain is surprisingly convincing in a role different from what he usually plays. It is certainly quite a contrast to see him and see such a major transformation on screen. We are far from Ralph de Bricassart! Once more he shows his great talent portraying a totally different character. The film is funny but there is a lot of tenderness and sensibility. I had the impression to be a member of the family during all the movie... Congratulations to everyone at Team Hartman!
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