A comedy about fear of commitment, hating your job, falling in love and
other pop favorites.
Ever since a brief liaison under the football benches in grade 7, Rob Gordon
has been cursed with a romantic hex. All of his relationships seem to hinge on
some essential bond and every time, Rob blows it. Now he owns a semi-failing
record store called Champion Vinyl and toils over his current possible break-up
with Laura. This leads to Rob examining his Top Five Break-ups of all time.
Along for the ride are his two wacky clerks the hysterically funny rock snob
Barry and the more quietly opinionated underachiever Dick. Although they have an
encyclopedic knowledge of pop music and are consumed with creating their
all-time favourite top-five lists of songs it is of no help to Rob. Poppy,
witty, quirky… High Fidelity is sure to make your all-time top five list for
comedies with a bullet!
- " Few films capture the healing power of music or the harsh reality of
love & break-ups " – Charlotte Harrison
- " High Fidelity is an extraordinarily funny film, full of verbal and
visual wit. And it is assembled with immense skill. " –
- " As a film about males
s amazingly insightful for women. The soundtracks another great
plus. I just adored this film. " – Margaret