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Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist (6-Sep-2008)

Director: Peter Sollett

Writer: Lorene Scafaria

From novel by: Rachel Cohn; David Levithan

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A straight bass player in a New York City "queercore" band embarks on a curious romance with a disaffected young woman sharing his taste in music.

Nick O'Leary, hetrosexual bass player in "all-gay" New York City band The Jerk-Offs dealing with a painful breakup with ex-girlfriend Tris by making breakup-themed mix CDs, crosses paths with Norah Silverberg, a wayward young woman drawn towards Nick's similar taste in music as evidenced by mix CDs found in the trash outside her high school. Their chance encounter soon turns into a romantic quest to find a secret concert held by reclusive indie band "Where's Fluffy?", complete with twists and turns thanks to old loves and vague Fluffy-related clues.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Devendra Banhart
30-May-1981   Modern-day wandering minstrel
Jay Baruchel
9-Apr-1982   She's Out of My League
Michael Cera
7-Jun-1988   George-Michael Bluth on Arrested Development
John Cho
16-Jun-1972   Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
Kevin Corrigan
27-Mar-1969   Eddie Finnerty on Grounded for Life
Kat Dennings
13-Jun-1986   Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist
Alexis Dziena
8-Jul-1984   Kira Underlay on Invasion
Frankie Faison
10-Jun-1949   Commissioner Burrell on The Wire
Ari Graynor
27-Apr-1983   Rachel on Fringe
Seth Meyers
28-Dec-1973   Saturday Night Live
Andy Samberg
18-Aug-1978   SNL, The Lonely Island
Eddie Kaye Thomas
31-Oct-1980   American Pie


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