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Augusta, Gone (2006)

TV-14 | | Drama | TV Movie 1 March 2006
A troubled teenager's mother tries everything she can think of to control her bad behavior, even if it means sending her away to a hokey but strict nature camp.

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Martha Tod Dudman
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Rain
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John
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Bridget
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Daisy (as Andréa Whitburn)
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Rose
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Ben Dudman
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Jack
Patricia Dahlquist ...
Lillian
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Judy
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Tony
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Bennett
Jaren Brandt Bartlett ...
Vincent
Aaron Isaacs ...
Carlos (as Aaron Logan Isaacs)
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Martha is a businesswoman and divorced mother of two children - Augusta and Jack. However, when docile Augusta becomes a teenager, feelings of anger and self-hate cause her personality to undergo a scary transformation, and Martha realizes that this is not just typical teen angst. Augusta begins doing drugs, drinking, and ends up on the streets. Her concerned mother and father reach out to an educational consultant, who advises them to send Augusta to a strict wilderness camp for troubled teens. However, even the institution's experienced and tough administrators find Augusta a difficulty to keep under control. Martha comes to realize that there is no answer to her daughter's behavior. Written by Icedberry

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On July 31, 2012 the film was released in a package of 4 Lifetime movies on DVD titled 'Surviving High School'. The other films on the DVD include For One Night, The Perfect Teacher, & Odd Girl Out. See more »

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Rose: OK, Augusta has signed agreements for what she will and will not do while you're out together. If you go shopping no black clothing, no rock music, no jewelery, no make-up, no candy. The two of you have the responsibility to watch her for drugs, stealing, and running away. Oh, and have fun!
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The Calling
By Jennifer Paige
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Best movie on lifetime so far!!!!!
12 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

i am not too big of a fan of lifetime. i only watch their movies occasionally when my mother is watching the channel, but this movie really surprised me. i was bored and my parents were watching it. my father falling asleep like always. from the beginning, i got hooked. the acting was great and the music that they chose to accompany the scenes was a great selection that seemed very relevant to what was going on, especially the avril lavigne songs. my parents went to bed midway, but i actually stayed up to watch the whole thing. GREAT MOVIE! i just wish lifetime would show it again so i can record it or that they would put it on DVD!!. i would definitely recommend this movie!


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