Hey, Happy!

Overview

Society as we know it may have been lost, but sex and dancing are still in style in this outrageous post-apocalyptic satire. In a not-so-distant future where a variety of environmental disasters have led to the final collapse of Western civilization, sexually ambiguous hipster Ricky G. (Johnny Simone) leads an encampment of rave kids who have created a makeshift city on the outskirts of Winnipeg. One of the community's leading citizens is porn-merchant and disc jockey Sabu (Jeremie Yuen), whose inexhaustible ...
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Overview

Society as we know it may have been lost, but sex and dancing are still in style in this outrageous post-apocalyptic satire. In a not-so-distant future where a variety of environmental disasters have led to the final collapse of Western civilization, sexually ambiguous hipster Ricky G. (Johnny Simone) leads an encampment of rave kids who have created a makeshift city on the outskirts of Winnipeg. One of the community's leading citizens is porn-merchant and disc jockey Sabu (Jeremie Yuen), whose inexhaustible sexual appetite has led him on a mission to seduce 2,000 men before a looming flood destroys the village. Sabu is close enough to hitting the magic number to have chosen the special man he wants to be Mister 2K -- Happy (Craig Sftanas), an attractive if socially inept science buff who is able to communicate with alien life forms. However, Sabu has a rival for Happy's affections -- body-modification advocate and hair stylist Spanky (Clayton Godson), who tries to foil Sabu's plans by abducting Happy. Hey, Happy! was the first dramatic feature from Canadian independent filmmaker Noam Gonick.
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Special Features

Director's commentary; "The Ballad of Garbage Hill," a look behind the scenes on the set of Hey, Happy!; Deleted scenes; Image gallery; Noam Gonick's short film "1919" about the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike as seen through the window of a gay Chinese bathhouse/barbershop
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/14/2003
  • UPC: 712267231027
  • Original Release: 2001
  • Rating:

  • Source: Strand Home Video
  • Presentation: Letterbox
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:15:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 84,976

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Craig Aftanis
Clayton Godson
Technical Credits
Noam Gonick Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Bruce Little Editor
Billy Martin Costumes/Costume Designer
Laura Michalchyshyn Producer
Chris Robinson Musical Direction/Supervision
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
2. Lill's Salon [4:24]
3. XXX Video [6:06]
4. Save Our Pigs [5:23]
5. The Mission [4:13]
6. Ride the Donkey [1:21]
7. Trannie St. [5:46]
8. Garbage Hill [11:09]
9. Honeycomb Building [6:47]
10. Tasty Guts [5:16]
11. M. Thunderpussy [5:58]
12. Apocalypse How? [13:35]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scenes
   Bonus
      Lost Scenes
         Play All
         Bad Hair
         The Nun
         Posse Ahoy!
         Pea Soup
      Cockettes Trailer
      Trailer
      1919
      Pics
   Chat
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