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Drawing Flies (1996)

Cast: Lauren Lyle, Lauren Lyle, Renee Humphrey, more...
Director: Malcolm Ingram, Malcolm Ingram, Matt Gissing, more...
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Studio: Indie DVD
Running Time: 76 min.
Languages: English
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This title is currently out of print.

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Synopsis
Shot entirely in black and white and produced by the team of Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier, the duo behind Clerks (1994) and Mallrats (1995), this low-budget, independent Canadian production failed to stir up much excitement on the festival circuit. Co-writers, editors, and directors Matt Gissing and Malcolm Ingraham created the tale of a group of Generation X "slacker" types from the Great White North. Bored by their existence and running out of funds provided on the public dole, Ethan (Ethan Suplee), Meg (Renee Humphrey), Cassidy (Carmen Lee), Az (Jason Mewes), and Donner (Jason Lee) decide to repair to the forest in search of the legendary cryptozoological specimen known alternately as Bigfoot or Sasquatch. They're equally sure that they'll attain the peace of mind afforded by escaping society, but of course, their sabbatical is not quite what they expected. Joey Lauren Adams and Canadian comedian Bruce McDonald appear, as does Smith, in a cameo appearance as his recurring Silent Bob character. ~ Karl Williams, All Movie Guide

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um, no by erich October 31, 2002 - 8:32 AM PST
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kevin smith introduces this movie as the canadian dazed and confused. sure, while this movie has a bevy of people who appear in smith's other movies and is occasionally funny, it is no dazed and confused. linklater's film is infinitely better than this. rent it instead.




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A collection of movies starring or including scene-stealing Jason Lee
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My Love for all things "Kevin Smith" !
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Whether directing, acting, writing, or producing the man is a true talent w/ the help of uber-producer Scott Mosier!!
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