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What can help one woman overcome the fears, anxieties, and traumas of a lifetime? Perhaps the music of Stevie Nicks? Gypsy (Sara Rue) is a woman in her mid-twenties who is still emotionally stuck in adolescence; her job (at a drive-through photo processing center) is nothing to write home about, and her one consuming interest in life is the music of Fleetwood Mac diva Stevie Nicks. Gypsy has gone beyond collecting Stevie's records, and loves to dress up like her idol, belting out her songs in living tribute. One of Gypsy's only friends is Clive (Kett Turton), a goofy goth kid still in his teens who enjoys hanging out in cemeteries, where he and Gypsy can sing their Fleetwood Mac favorites for preservation on Clive's camcorder. One day, while browsing the Internet, Clive discovers a website advertising a "Night Of 1000 Stevies" at a New York City nightclub, in which any Stevie Nicks imitator is welcome to take the stage in tribute. Clive is convinced this is an event Gypsy cannot miss, but it leaves them with only four days to get their act together and travel from Sandusky, OH, to the Big Apple. In addition, Gypsy has her own issues to deal with in New York, the city her mother ran off to when she abandoned her family many years ago. Gypsy 83, [[Performer~P242152~Todd Stephens~toddstephens]]' first feature after his breakthrough success Edge of Seventeen, premiered at the 2001 L.A. Outfest, a festival devoted to gay- and lesbian-themed films. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:April 2, 2004


Awarded by
Outfest: Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival Kett Turton Outstanding Actor 2001 Winner
Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Todd Stephens Best New Director 2001 Winner


Sara Rue
as Gypsy Vale
Kett Turton
as Clive Webb
Karen Black
as Bambi LeBleau
Stephanie McVay
as Polly Pearl
Paulo Costanzo
as Troy
John Doe
as Ray Vale
Carolyn Baumler
as Lois
Anson Scoville
as Zachariah Peachey


Todd Stephens
Todd Stephens
Todd Stephens
Todd Stephens
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