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Little Athens

Little Athens
Directed by Tom Zuber
Produced by Chad Marshall
Written by Tom Zuber
Jeff Zuber
Starring John Patrick Amedori
Erica Leerhsen
DJ Qualls
Rachel Miner
Michelle Horn
Michael Peña
Jill Ritchie
Music by Barak Moffitt
Cinematography Lisa Wiegand
Edited by Aaron Toaso
Tom Zuber
Distributed by Legaci Pictures
Release dates
  • June 2005 (2005-06) (CineVegas International Film Festival)
  • November 21, 2006 (2006-11-21) (United States)
Running time
103 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Little Athens is a 2005 American independent film directed by Tom Zuber, which stars John Patrick Amedori, Erica Leerhsen, DJ Qualls, Rachel Miner, Eric Szmanda, Michael Peña, and more. Despite premiering at Toronto Film Festival in 2005, it wasn't released on DVD until November 21, 2006.

Plot

Little Athens follows a whirlwind day in the hapless lives of small town youth caught in a dead-end post-high school void. The journeys of four groups of late teens/early twenty-somethings unfold through four different storylines, their separate trails converging at an explosive house party.

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