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Five suburban youths embark on a night of violence in the city, attacking unsuspecting victims while recording the assaults on smartphones.

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jordon Angelo ...
Tommy Boy #2
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Boomer
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Preppy Son
Job Daniel ...
Tommy Boy #1
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Belle
Shayne Devouges ...
Tommy
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Power Walker
Jay Farrar ...
Dude in Car
Carolyn Fe ...
Tiki's Mother
Mike Harris ...
Tommy Boy #3
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Wiggy
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Kendo
Catherine Lipscombe ...
Preppy Mother
Michael McNally ...
Chairman
Luc Morissette ...
Chief (as Luc Morrissette)
Laurin Elizabeth Padolina ...
Tiki
David Pryde ...
Preppy Father
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Boomer's Mom
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Bar Owner
Annakin Slayd ...
Bartender (as Andrew Farrar)
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Princeton
Nicola Woloz ...
Preppy Daughter
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Tiki's Father

Directed by

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Christos Sourligas

Written by

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Alex Epstein ... (story editor)
 
Daniel Godwin ... (story editor)
 
Annakin Slayd ... (writer) (as Andrew Farrar)
 
Christos Sourligas ... (writer)

Produced by

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Vito G. Balenzano ... associate producer
Debra Kouri ... producer
Annakin Slayd ... associate producer (as Andrew Farrar)
Christos Sourligas ... producer

Music by

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Tim Rideout

Cinematography by

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Luc Montpellier

Film Editing by

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Tony Asimakopoulos
Joseph Bohbot

Editorial Department

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Rachelle Hamilton ... on-line editor / title design

Casting By

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Andrea Kenyon
Randi Wells

Production Design by

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Anya Taraboulsy

Costume Design by

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Anya Taraboulsy

Makeup Department

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Ingrid Bauer ... hair stylist / makeup artist / special makeup effects artist
Elizabeth Lalonde ... second unit: make-up

Production Management

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Paul van den Boom ... production manager
Tanya Greeley ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Paul van den Boom ... first assistant director

Sound Department

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Andrew Mazepa ... additional mix / sound design & mix
Tim Rideout ... ADR recordist / sound effects editor / sound mixer
Tod Van Dyk ... sound mixer

Visual Effects by

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Becca Arsenault ... visual effects artist
Karell Cambara ... ui and graphic design
Drake Conrad ... digital colorist
Andrew Mazepa ... visual effects artist
Matt McIver ... visual effects artist
Kale Reum ... visual effects artist

Stunts

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Jason Cavalier ... stunt coordinator
Jan Pivon ... stunt performer

Casting Department

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Robyne Baruchel ... casting consultant
Shawn Roberts ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Judith Léonard ... costumer

Music Department

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Mitch Album ... music editor
Tim Rideout ... music editor
Annakin Slayd ... composer: additional music
Tod Van Dyk ... ADR recordist

Other crew

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Dean Chenoy ... legal services
Jacinthe Deschenes ... set medic
Sylvain Fernandez ... production assistant
Rick Gmora ... production accountant
Tanya Greeley ... production assistant
Mike Harris ... production assistant
Lesley Jacobi ... production assistant
Nathalie Lacoste ... production assistant
Leisa Lee ... publicist
Angela Neill ... production assistant
Tammy Peddle ... catering & craft services
Patrizia Pino ... script supervisor
Jonathan Rooney ... technical advisor
Matthew Shewchuk ... unit manager

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Five bored suburban rich kids set off to the inner city to seek out fame by creating an evening so shocking that their camera phone footage will turn them into instant Internet celebrities. After they are rivaled by another gang and intimidated by their on-line idol, they are forced to take their mischief up a notch if they want to make a name for themselves. But what will they risk losing in doing so? Watch their cell phone footage to find out... This ground-breaking film asks the perennial question posed by youth worldwide: "How far would you go to be famous?..." Written by Anonymous

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Taglines Five friends. Five smartphones. How far will they go to be famous? See more »
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Also Known As
  • Шамар на непознат (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
Runtime
  • 75 min
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Budget CAD250,000 (estimated)

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