Two young misfits head for New York City to celebrate their idol and muse, Stevie Nicks, at The Night of 1,000 Stevies. Along the road, in order for them to escape their painful pasts, they must discover their strengths and learn self-acceptance. –IMDb
Sappy TV aesthetics aside, a sweet goth coming-of-age indie flick that comes from a genuine place and has two awesome performances from its "misfit" leads. Sara Rue is beautiful.
This is an excellent independent film that I just discovered today after hearing "Talk to Me" playing in a grocery store after at least a decade, and being reminded of how powerful of a singer Stevie Nicks was. The karaoke scene is spot on, and the hetero/homosexual content is balanced nicely between the two very empathetic likeable main characters, and the incidents have a sense of realism to them. Watch it! **** 4
I'm so happy to find this listed on mubi!! This film really does something to me. I find myself a little embarrassed at my absolute love for this film but it's so nostalgic and reminiscent of my life as a goth kid. I'm so in love with the soundtrack and the scenes with Karen Black. Ugh, I've been so obsessed with this film ever since I saw it for the first time last summer!