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Tweek City (2005)

Tweek City





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Underground film icon Giuseppe Andrews stars as a sexually frustrated, half-Latino speed dealer whose rampant paranoia is about to get the best of him in director Eric G. Johnson's tense, hallucinogenic thriller Tweek City. Fired from his job at a Bay Area computer company, San Francisco speed slinger Bill Jenson (Andrews) seeks solace in the company of punk-rock porn connoisseur Jerm (Keith Brunsmann) -- a White Trash Debutantes fanatic. Jerm, however, becomes completely useless when he takes Bill to a punk rock concert, then stage dives and severely injures himself -- leaving Bill to fend for himself and to focus on what troubles him the most: the loss of his lifelong love, Sharon (Elizabeth Bogush). Life goes on, though, and these days Sharon is set to marry another man. As the wedding date draws near and Bill's tenuous grip on reality slowly begins to slip, the lovelorn addict embarks on a drug-soaked bender of epic proportions before he sets his sights on the ceremony and determines to stop the union at all costs.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: ,
Written By: Eric Johnson
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On DVD: Jan 2, 2007


Elizabeth Bogush
as Sharon Wasley
Megan Lynn Earsley
as Draculino victim
Giuseppe Andrews
as Bill Jensen
Nick Scoggin
as Mr. Jensen
Luis Saquar
as Draculino/Chucho
Salim Cain
as Cliver
Brett Banducci
as Young Bill
Max Frauchiger
as Skate punk
Molly Landy
as Young Sharon
Samy Langs
as Rogeria
Jerry McDaniel
as Punk Rocker
Anni Long
as Nancy
Deb Fink
as Comron receptionist
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From the LA Times: "It is a harrowing yet illuminating odyssey driven by an impassioned, confident filmmaker and a young actor of equal resources and daring."

Eric Johnson

Watching this movie made me think how wild can the night can be. It is unpredictable, and takes you places where you've never been... or maybe have you?
I really liked it, for an indi movie I think it was great. I would watch it again, and it is for sure that one of the reasons is Giuseppe Andrews!.
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Movie sucked, what the hell was the point, what the hell was the ghost creature and how the hell do you die from a stage dive, it's lame blockbuster should give refunds this shit sucked!

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