Amidst the pulsing NYC underground rock n' roll scene, two young lovers cross paths at a Brooklyn loft party and disappear off into the night to explore each other.

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Amidst the pulsing NYC underground rock n' roll scene, two young lovers cross paths at a Brooklyn loft party and disappear off into the night to explore each other.

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Every night, after all, is filled with the promise of the unknown...

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1 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Not just a chick flick.
10 June 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The film is set in the 1960's, the days of rock and roll and a summer of love. Set in the early sixties two young lovers meet, much to their parents and the communities disapproval. Their only friend is a 10 year old girl played by Emily Deschanel who helps them keep the romance going. It is has a strong cast with both Juilette lewis and Eron Otcasek putting in a heart warming performance as the young couple. However its Emily Deschanel who truly shines in this film, and shows promise for the future. This a heart warming film which will remind some of Greece but without the singing. It is based on the book,and is a true story. That Night I loved this film and it will make you laugh and cry. This film is a must see.


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