Hi-Life

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Roger Hedden wrote and directed this indie romantic comedy about a group of New Yorkers on the Upper West Side as Christmas nears. Unemployed actor Jimmy (Eric Stoltz), who owes $900 to local bookie Fatty (Charles Durning), tells his girlfriend Susan (Moira Kelly) that the money is for an abortion for sis Maggie (Daryl Hannah) -- who jilted bartender Ray (Campbell Scott). Ray and one of his regular customers April (Katrin Cartlidge) visit bars trying to raise the money, and eventually a half dozen others are drawn into the treasure hunt. Shown at the 1998 Mill Valley Film Festival and the 1998 Chicago Film Festival.

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Audience Reviews for Hi-Life

  • Dec 05, 2008
    Not good. Boring story, barely managed to keep my attention. Typical straight to video b-grade movie. To be honest, I was only watching for Michael Pitt's bit part in it though. LOL. One and a half stars for that half minute - half a star for the rest of the movie!
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