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About

Colleen and Colleen are BFFs AF. Manitoba is where they go to school together, do yoga together, play in a band together, and work together at a boring convenience store. Life is whatevs, but also on fleek. That’s kinda what being 15 and a half is all about. #RealTalk

So when two older guys invite the Colleens to a senior party, the girls are determined to go no matter what—even if that “what” is a terrible, secret evil that threatens to destroy everything decent and polite about Canada. Can Colleen and Colleen save the day and go viral? Will those senior boys prove squad-worthy? And what was that about a convenience store? I swear it sounded familiar …

Writer and director Kevin Smith returns to the Sundance Film Festival with an intoxicatingly silly pulp tale for the Instagram age. Powered by the irrepressible energy of its young stars—and some impressive work from a hilarious supporting cast that includes Johnny Depp, Tony Hale, and Natasha Lyonne—the story charges ahead into gleeful nonsense. Get ready to rock oot!

YEAR 2015

SECTION Midnight

COUNTRY U.S.A.

RUN TIME 87 min

COMPANY StarStream Media

EMAIL yogahosersliz@gmail.com

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Artist Bio

Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith is still the director of Clerks, an independent film set in a New Jersey convenience store that debuted at the 1994 Sundance Film Festival. Twenty-two years later, Smith returns to Sundance with a radical new vision: an independent film set in a Canadian convenience store.