Deep into the night, raves are drawing crowds of thousands as people look to lose their mind in the music through Ecstasy which has become a lifestyle. Take a ride on this trip with a diverse group of rollers including a teacher, a lawyer, a high school senior and more as they search for their next thrill.
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Deep into the night, raves are drawing crowds of thousands as people look to lose their mind in the music through Ecstasy which has become a lifestyle. Take a ride on this trip with a diverse group of rollers including a teacher, a lawyer, a high school senior and more as they search for their next thrill. This entertaining roller coaster-like experience captures”…the giddy highs and crushing lows…” (New York Times) of the Ecstasy culture, while exposing the delicate balance of its users’ relationships and responsibilities as they chase this dangerous euphoria known as Rolling!
Running Time: 99 minutes
AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY
Winner Best Feature – San Francisco Indie Film Festival
Official Selection – Dances With Films Festival
Official Selection – Tribeca Film Festival
Official Selection – Seattle True Independent Film Festival
Official Selection – Melbourne Underground Film Festival
Official Selection – Idaho International Film Festival
Winner Best Feature – Evil City Film Festival
Official Selection – Weiterstadt Open Air Film Festival
Official Selection – Portobello Magic Film Festival
Winner Best Screenplay – NEPA OutFilm Fest
“Billy Samoa Saleebey’s “Rolling” a feature about eight Southern California youths caught in the throes of Ecstacy addiction, fits the bill nicely. Saleebey’s camerawork is stylish, and his script is briskly paced and concise…”
“The giddy highs and crushing lows of Ecstasy use are felt by a group of people looking to escape their troubles in this well done indie drama.”
“ROLLING is a consistently interesting take on a somewhat modern epidemic: Ecstasy (or “X”) addiction.”
“it’s hard not to lose yourself in the entrancing world of “Rolling.” Ultimately, “Rolling” achieves what it sets out to do – it makes popping 2 MDMA, dancing your ass off and waking up the next morning in a dumpster seem like a sexy and cool proposition.”
Manhattan Movie Magazine
“The saying goes, “this is such-and-such on steroids” when we try to describe something in life that’s been enhanced with a hard or intense edge. After viewing Rolling, it’s easy to say “this is a film on ecstasy.” With the cinematography techniques utilized, the emotional stories explored, and the familiar sounds heard, this movie is truly a trip.”