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The Flats (2002)

| Comedy, Drama | 2002 (USA)
A hip and stylish film shot in beautiful coastal Oregon, The Flats focuses on best friends Harper and Luke and the girl that comes between them.

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Sean Christensen ...
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Paige (as Jade Herrera)
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Kate
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Chaz (as Greg Fawcett)
Luc Reynaud ...
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Danny Pickering ...
Mark
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Jennifer
Swil Kanim ...
Jesse
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Woman in Car (as Ashley Martin)
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Allen (as Jeff Carlson)
Leif Johnson ...
Darrin
Peter Lindberg ...
Cop #1
Donna Mae Mascarinas ...
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Rebecca Rosencrans ...
Luke's Mother
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A hip and stylish film shot in beautiful coastal Oregon, The Flats focuses on best friends Harper and Luke and the girl that comes between them.

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It was the last week of summer and the first week of the rest of their lives. See more »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Not nearly as boring as I'd expected!!
9 February 2007 | by (Hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

I'd heard a lot of good things about this film, but was still very reluctant to watch it. I feared it was gonna be yet another example of overrated "artistic" dribble that bored the living crap out of me. I figured there were better ways to waste a couple of hours of my life than sitting through yet another over-hyped (and achingly dull) indie film. Eventually, though, curiosity won out and I decided to give it a try. Much to my surprise, I found out pretty quickly that this is one indie flick that is definitely worthy of the hype!! After a somewhat slow start, The Flats evolves into a very moving film that manages to hold the interest of even an ADD-affected, action-junkie like me (which is no small feat!!). The sweet and simple story completely drew me in by mixing together dramatic moments that felt authentic and genuine with comedic moments that caught me off guard with their originality. It was refreshing to (finally) find an indie film that didn't feel contrived and avoided taking itself too seriously. After watching The Flats, I'm a lot more open-minded about giving these smaller films a try, and I'm looking forward to the next project from the Requa Bros. If The Flats is any indication, I think it's fair to say we can expect amazing things from this talented writing/directing team in the future...After all, anyone who introduces the "European Cross Grip" to the masses is definitely worth keeping an eye on!! :)


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