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Catch 'Spring Breakers' at Open Roof Fest Tonight
Summer break forever, bitches!

Toronto’s Open Roof Fest, which celebrates outdoor films and music in Toronto, rocks and rolls on tonight with a screening of Harmony Korine’s controversial Spring Breakers. Released earlier this March to a mass audience, the film has already been hailed as a cult classic. Come see James Franco, Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, and more as their scummiest, greasiest, sleaziest selves. It’s so shallow that it’s, like, deep.

The festival, which is volunteer run and not for profit, calls the Moonview Lot on Queen’s Quay E home. Tickets are $15 each, and remember that sold out only means that advanced online tickets are sold out, not the whole show.

The night also features a performance by Chris Bottomley.

Read more about Toronto’s summer film fests here. Summer break forever, bitches!

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Jeremy Schipper is an intern at Toronto Standard. You can follow him on Twitter at @jeromeoschipps.

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