A night of partying turns into "Lord of the Flies" with pharmaceuticals when a bunch of kids invade a Dublin home.
Every Monday morning, a group of Irish filmmakers gathers for a creative meeting in an old warehouse by Dublin's Grand Canal Dock.
Only auds immune to diabetic rushes should head for "August Rush."
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