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Late Night Sessions

Rating:R (for strong language, drug use and some sexual content)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2000
Running time:82 minutes
Cast:Christine Chatelain, Terry Chen, Caterpillar MacLaggan, Alisen Down, Kimani Ray Smith
Director:Joshua B. Hamlin
Producer:Stephanie Seifert
Writer:Joshua B. Hamlin, Stephanie Seifert

Description: The subculture of electronic dance music is examined in this independent drama from Canada. Ben (Ryan Robbins) and his girlfriend, Zoie (Christine Chatelain), are two rabid techno enthusiasts, who, along with their friends, Shaggy (Michael Nyuis), Nina (Caterpillar MacLaggan), and Manni (Kimani Ray Smith), are promoting the United Get Down, a massive rave that they hope will help unite the sometimes fractured elements of Vancouver's underground music and cultural community. But they soon discover they have competition, as Dax (Terry Chen) and Danny (Zak Alam), a pair of notorious drug dealers, have decided to open a club and are planning to open the same night at the United Get Down -- and Dax and Danny are not the type of guys who pass along good tidings to their competitors.~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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