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Comedy, by Stacy Dymalski, United States, 2005.
Six roommates must overcome their personal issues and come together to avoid eviction from their beloved Victorian house called "Jupiter Landing." The eclectic group, led by reporter Nicki, devises a plan to retaliate against their annoying landlord, but the struggle to save their home will plunge them into a spiral of emotional and moral confrontation for which they are unprepared. While each tenant has a secret they can't afford to reveal, the house itself conceals a mystery that ties them together in a way none of them ever expected.
An American indie comedy filled with quirky characters, each harboring their own dark secrets, slowly unveiled throughout the film. Well-written and amusing, with excellent performances: Tod Huntington is riotous as Catfish, the anarchic and dissolute guy, and Naomi West and Monique Lanier are both charming in their roles as the worldly Nicki and fragile Amber.
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