Gypsy 83 Movie Review 2001

Information and Film Reviews for Gypsy 83 the Movie

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Rue is goth girl Gypsy Vale, a Stevie Nicks wanna-be named after her idol's famous song, who unhappily resides in decidedly un-hip Sandusky, Ohio with her hippie dad and abandoned by her still-aspiring rock star mother. Desperate to flee the quiet Midwestern berg where she and her only friend Clive (Turton) serve merely as social outcasts, the two black-clad souls head to a New York nightclub to participate in the "Night of 1000 Stevies" Nicks tribute bash. The two encounter some predictable problems along the way, including being hassled about the way they look by various small-minded locals but also meet some reassuring kindred spirits, including wash-up lounge singer Black and Amish boy Scoville. Typical rebel without a cause premise made slightly better by a decent Rue and Turton.

Distribution

Hart Sharp Video, 380 Lafayette St., Ste. 304, New York, NY 10003, Phone: (212)475-7555, Fax: (212)475-1717

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 94 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Teen Angst, New York, New York, Road Trip, Rock Stars on Film, Rock Flicks
Screenplay
Todd Stephens
Cast
Sara Rue, Karen Black, John Doe, Paulo Costanzo, Kent Turton, Anson Scoville
Cinematography
Gina DeGirolamo
Director
Todd Stephens
Music
Marty Beller
Other
Damian Volpe, Annette Davey, Kitty Boots, Nancy Arons

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