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Fat City, New Orleans (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | January 2012 (USA)
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High School Teenagers in 1979 suburb of New Orleans (Fat City) go to nightclubs and discos when the drinking age was just 18 years old and not really enforced. Elvis Costello, The Knack and... See full summary »

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Stephen Mouton

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Stephen Mouton
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Credited cast:
Josiah Lipscomb Josiah Lipscomb ... Paul
Chris Carlin Chris Carlin ... Billy (as Sean Carlin)
Maggie Talbot-Minkin Maggie Talbot-Minkin ... Ashley
Allyson Sereboff ... Mom
Lloyd Stephen Knight Lloyd Stephen Knight ... Dad (as Lloyd Knight)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joseph Brewer Joseph Brewer ... Mark (as Joey Brewer)
Briana Bunch Briana Bunch ... Michelle
Neil Etman Neil Etman ... Cop
Katie Garland-Noble Katie Garland-Noble ... Waiter
Sanna Haynes ... Tara
Jasmin Jandreau ... Samantha
Jake Krickhan Jake Krickhan ... Steve
Allison Lael Allison Lael ... Lori
Leah Anne Lyons Leah Anne Lyons ... Sally
Lawrence Marshalian Lawrence Marshalian ... Photographer
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High School Teenagers in 1979 suburb of New Orleans (Fat City) go to nightclubs and discos when the drinking age was just 18 years old and not really enforced. Elvis Costello, The Knack and KC & The Sunshine Band have featured music in this independent film. Its Paul's Senior year and Ashley wants to be his girlfriend, but the cops and a roving eye keeps Paul chasing cheerleaders and young models in his Babylon Modeling class. Tara, Paul's ex-girlfriend causes problems while his pot dealer's girlfriend has other things in mind. Can we say 'shot gun?' This coming of age comedy also has background score by 'That 70's Show' composer, Brett Perry and spotlights the 'high' days of 1979. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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What a fun and well done film!
24 April 2012 | by pinningtonmSee all my reviews

Boy did I have a good time watching this movie. Fat City seems like the perfect place to be during the 70's. As a movie buff I definitely have high standards when it comes to any movie about the past, since it has to seems real and accurate. Director Stephen Mouton did a great job at making a film that was not just fun, but I felt like I was there living it. I wasn't there living it up like these characters did during the 1970's because I wasn't born yet, but man I really wish I had. They all seemed to be doing it right. The acting was well done, and there were some very important scenes where you can tell the acting had to be good or it wouldn't have worked. I give this a 9 out of 10.


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