Meet Luke Shapiro. Drug dealer, daydreamer.

Jonathan Levine's coming-of-age tale 'The Wackness' has been riding a steady wave of buzz since debuting at Sundance in January.

Why? It's a heartfelt love letter to growing up hip-hop in the mid-'90s, with a booming "Golden Era" soundtrack to boot. Oh, and it also features Sir Ben Kingsley as a shrink who fancies bong hits, and Mary-Kate Olsen as a hippie who makes out with him.

Meet the main character, Luke (Josh Peck), a dealer who trades weed for psychiatry from Sir Ben, in this exclusive clip of the movie's opening scene. If only all subway commutes could be more like rap videos...

Meet Luke Shapiro. Drug dealer, daydreamer.

Jonathan Levine's coming-of-age tale 'The Wackness' has been riding a steady wave of buzz since debuting at Sundance in January. Why? It's a heartfelt love letter to growing up hip-hop in the mid-'90s, with a booming "Golden Era" soundtrack to boot. Oh, and it also features Sir Ben Kingsley as a shrink who fancies bong hits, and Mary-Kate Olsen as a hippie who makes out with him. Meet the main character, Luke (Josh Peck), a dealer who trades weed for psychiatry from Sir Ben, in this exclusive clip of the movie's opening scene. If only all subway commutes could be more like rap videos...


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