Groove

Groove

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Director: Greg Harrison

Cast: Greg Harrison, Lola Glaudini, Denny Lee Kirkwood, MacKenzie Firgens

     
 

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Following other indie films about the kinetic, drug-saturated rave culture such as Go (1999) and Human Traffic (1999) comes this ensemble movie, set in San Francisco. At the film's opening, the main characters are introduced at breakneck speed, including Leyla (Lola Glaudini) who recently arrived from New York, Neo-hippie Harmony (MacKenzie Firgens), who…  See more details below

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Following other indie films about the kinetic, drug-saturated rave culture such as Go (1999) and Human Traffic (1999) comes this ensemble movie, set in San Francisco. At the film's opening, the main characters are introduced at breakneck speed, including Leyla (Lola Glaudini) who recently arrived from New York, Neo-hippie Harmony (MacKenzie Firgens), who is celebrating her birthday with her boyfriend Colin (Denny Kirkwood), and Colin's nerdy brother David (Hamish Linklater), who would much rather read than rave. As the film charts David's first taste of chemically-induced ecstasy and his budding romance with Leyla, who serves as his trip guide, it also includes a small vignette of the tattoo and piercing set, including blissed-out drug dealers and their attempts at scamming on chicks, a skinhead looking for trouble, and a gay couple who just can't quite figure out where the blasted rave is. This film was screened at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival.

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Release Date:
01/06/2015
UPC:
0043396456013
Original Release:
2000
Source:
Sony Pictures Home

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Groove 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie rocks the house with great jungle beats, total rave scence and explanation for the wonderful world of raveing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well well, if you are reading this then you are considering buying this movie. So do IT! It is a movie that can be viewed over and over agian and always gets me in the mood to go out and listen to some great Chicago house music.