Suburbia, a movie based on the Eric Bogosian play, is set outside a convenince store parking lot in a typical American suburb. A group of Gen-X slackers search for meaning and truth in their lives, as they await the arrival of an old friend who has left and become a famous musician.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Christopher Bracey
A group of young twentysomethings' evening ritual of drinking, smoking, and experimentation with sex and philosophical musings is interrupted when a now- famous friend from high school comes to visit. Friendships and flings are created; as well as extinguished, lives are broken, and begun, and the lives of a group of young adults are changed in a matter of hours.
The review of this Movie prepared by Mme. Marie
Suburbia is a sometimes very dark portrait of a group of losers inhabiting a 7/11 parking lot in Burnsville, USA. Jeff (Ribisi) seems to be the leader of the group, and is the only one who tries to justify their responsibility-free lifestyle. On this particular night, Pony (Bartok), a guy they knew from high school who has become a famous rock star, is coming back to his home town, and it is around this event that most of the action takes place.
The review of this Movie prepared by Ari Rosner