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High Times' Potluck Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

A veteran mobster discovers the grass is greener on the other side in this broad independent comedy. Frank (Frank Adonis) is a 60-year-old Mafia lieutenant who has been entrusted with a suitcase full of high-quality marijuana that has arrived in Manhattan from the Deep South and is ready for sale. Frank, however, happens to make the acquaintance of Jade (Theo Kogan), an attractive young woman who sings with a punk-rock band. Jade turns Frank's head, and she, in turn, samples the wares from Frank's suitcase. Jade persuades Frank to try some of the weed, and before long he has a decidedly more forgiving attitude about life and those around him. Frank's new laid-back personality, however, doesn't go over well with his bosses, especially after the stash he was given goes missing and ends up being stolen and re-stolen by a dizzying variety of underground personalities. High Times' Potluck -- which, as the title infers, was produced and financed in part by the well-known marijuana advocacy magazine -- also stars Jason Mews, Frank Gorshin, Sylvia Miles, and Jason Isaacs; noted cannabis enthusiasts Tommy Chong and David Peel also make cameo appearances. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:October 17, 2003

Cast

Frank Adonis
as Frank
Theo Kogan
as Jade
Charles Malik Whitfield
as Malik
Tommy Chong
as Hippie
Victor Colicchio
as Vic
Frank Gorshin
as The Slim Man
Nick Iacovino
as Mickey
Jason Isaacs
as Arneau
Jackie Martling
as Mercury
Jason Mewes
as Guy
Leif Riddell
as Ryan
Bryant Carroll
as Jack
Kim Chan
as Saki
Cameron Douglas
Dan Lauria
as Carmine
Ivan Martin
as Jim
Sylvia Miles
as Ma
Willie Nelson
as Himself
David Peel
as Himself
Joe Rigano
as Rigano
Erik Van Wyck
as The Young Slim Man
Vinny Vella
as Vinny
Frank Adonis
as Frank
Vinny Vella
as Vinny
Erik Van Wyck
as The Young Slim Man
Tommy Chong
as Hippie
Nick Iacovino
as Mickey
Victor Colicchio
as Vic
Joe Rigano
as Rigano
Leif Riddell
as Ryan
Dan Lauria
as Carmine
David Peel
as Himself
Kim Chan
as Saki
Sylvia Miles
as Ma
Ivan Martin
as Jim
Willie Nelson
as Himself
Bryant Carroll
as Jack
Jackie Martling
as Mercury
Jason Isaacs
as Arneau
Theo Kogan
as Jade
Jason Mewes
as Guy
Charles Malik Whitfield
as Malik
Frank Gorshin
as The Slim Man

Crew

Alison Thompson
Director
Nick Iacovino
Screenwriter
Victor Colicchio
Screenwriter
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