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Movie Clerks
Kevin Patrick Smith directed this movie in 1994
Title Clerks
Year 1994
Director Kevin Smith
Genre Comedy
Plot – The film tells the sequence of events lived by Dante Hicks, a grocery clerk of the suburbs, who is forced to go to work on his day off. It is the story of a day. Dante faces a number of troubles that only seem to get worse. The dialogues are twisted and surreal, the sketch are funny and grotesque - memorable gags are the one including controversy over the subcontractors’ political position, who were making the second Death Star of Star Wars and that of the old man who asks to use the bathroom. Along with Dante there is Randal, the guy who works at the video store next to the grocery shop, who is permanently on a break.
All actors – Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Marilyn Ghigliotti, Lisa Spoonauer, Jason Mewes, Kevin Smith, Scott Mosier, Scott Schiaffo, Al Berkowitz, Walter Flanagan, Ed Hapstak, Lee Bendick, David Klein, Pattijean Csik, Ken Clark, Donna Jeanne, Virginia Smith, Betsy Broussard, Ernest O'Donnell, Kimberly Loughran, Gary Stern, Joe Bagnole, John Henry Westhead, Chuck Bickel, Leslie Hope, Connie O'Connor, Vincent Pereira, Ashley Pereira, Erix Infante, Melissa Crawford, Thomas Burke, Dan Hapstak, Mitch Cohen, Matthew Banta, Rajiv Thapar, Mike Belicose, Jane Kuritz, Grace Smith, Frances Cresci, Matt Crawford, Sarla Thapar, Brian Drinkwater, Bob Fisler, Derek Jaccodine, Matthew Pereira, Frank Pereira, Carl Roth, Paul Finn, Haiku, Lenin's Tomb
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