After the demise of their father, three sisters decide to take a driving holiday to the South of France. They all have different Mothers and this is an opportunity for them keep and improve... See full summary »

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Andrew Southern ...
Jamie
David Savile ...
Geoff
Antonina Lewis ...
Esther
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Julia
Siri Ingul ...
Christina
Leontine Hass ...
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After the demise of their father, three sisters decide to take a driving holiday to the South of France. They all have different Mothers and this is an opportunity for them keep and improve their family bond. They pick up a hitch-hiker along the way who becomes a catalyst for their relationship. Written by Johnny Williams

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A car, 3 sisters and their romantic interest in the South of France

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Drama | Romance

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30 April 2005 (USA)  »

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£20,000 (estimated)
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Lovely movie about dynamics between three half-sisters
16 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well-written, well-acted, thoughtful movie that's also quite pleasant to watch. Beautiful scenes of the 4 young people (3 sisters and their male friend) camping in France on the countryside and on the beach. The dynamics between the sisters were realistic and interesting. I liked the way the movie captured how tough it can be to have a happy family vacation when the ups and downs of real life keeps intruding. The use of languages and accents was also quite well done. The ending made one think "I wish these people had Facebook," but maybe this move was pre-Facebook? Anyhow, I was truly surprised that the movie was not rated more highly on Netflix or on IMDb. How often do you find a movie without violence, without stupid plot twists, with good acting, and beautiful scenery? Not often enough.


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