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Writer:
Kate Melville (written by)
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Release Date:
7 April 2014 (UK) See more »
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Plot:
A rebellious teenager forced to repeat her last year of high school is caught between adolescence and adulthood - and between two very different male admirers. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
5 wins & 4 nominations See more »
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Stuck between adolescence, adolescence and stereotypical immaturity See more (4 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Tatiana Maslany ... Claire

Spencer Van Wyck ... Henry

Steven McCarthy ... Jim
Susan Coyne ... Ruth
Fiona Highet ... Annie
Mark DeBonis ... Lewis
Catherine Fitch ... Vice-Principal
Monica Dottor ... Paula

Joanne Boland ... Margot

Melissa Jane Shaw ... Lucy

Brandon McGibbon ... Travis

Michael McAdam ... Greg
Joshua Teixeira ... Randy
Jamillah Ross ... Gym Teacher
Troy Lebane ... Young Henry

Carolyne Maraghi ... Renée
Gordon Hyland ... Gord
Mackenzie Longpre ... Mack (as Mackenzie Longpré)
John Jarvis ... Edward

Aaron Hale ... Zachary
Will Jester ... Nevin

Jasmine Richards ... Tiffany
Brad Halls ... Photographer
Natalie Bailey ... Alison
Alanna Delroy ... Alison's Friend
Lewissa Stewart ... Alison's Friend
Brian Walters ... Brian
Jason O'Brien ... Jason
Ariel Lukane ... Girl at the Bar

James Byron ... Bob
David Kiner ... Venue Manager

Tova Epp ... Stephanie
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Marcus Haccius ... Birthday Student

Blaine McKenzie ... Bar Audience Member
Andrew H. McLean ... Bouncer
Humble the Poet ... Himself
J. Statik ... Himself (as J-Statik)

Directed by
Kate Melville  (as Kate Miles Melville)
 
Writing credits
Kate Melville (written by) (as Kate Miles Melville)

Produced by
Lauren Grant .... producer
Peter Harvey .... producer
Daniel Iron .... executive producer
Kate Melville .... producer (as Kate Miles Melville)
Aeschylus Poulos .... co-producer
 
Cinematography by
Celiana Cárdenas 
 
Film Editing by
Dev Singh 
 
Casting by
Millie Tom 
 
Production Design by
Brian Garvey 
 
Art Direction by
Franco Gustavo 
 
Set Decoration by
Alex Clark 
 
Costume Design by
Megan Oppenheimer 
 
Makeup Department
Trason Fernandes .... personal makeup artist for stage performances: Steven McCarthy
Lauren Fisher .... makeup artist
Darryl Haas .... assistant makeup artist
Jessica Shannon .... hair colorist
Kristin Wayne .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Chris Hatcher .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew Gorman .... first assistant director
Charles M. Smith .... second assistant director (as Charles Bryan)
Noelle Perkins .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Susan Eves .... daily set dresser
Hannah Metcalfe .... daily set dresser
Johann Joseph Tebrake .... set dresser
Mike Ward .... daily set dresser
 
Sound Department
Matthew Chan .... sound re-recording mixer
Matthew Chan .... supervising sound editor
Stefan Fraticelli .... foley artist
Christopher Guglick .... sound editor
Christopher Guglick .... sound re-recording mixer
Drew Macdonald .... boom operator
Neil McIntyre .... sound mixer: pickups
Daniel Pellerin .... sound re-recording mixer
Trent Richmond .... foley editor
John Sievert .... foley artist
Kevin Swartz .... behind the scenes re-recording mixer
Kevin Swartz .... sample footage sound designer
Sean Van Delft .... sound mixer
Sean Van Delft .... sound recordist
Randy Wilson .... foley mixer
Alexander Åslund .... sound editor (as Alex Aslund)
 
Visual Effects by
Brendan Woollard .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Jennifer Dzialoszynski .... stunt coordinator
John Stead .... stunt consultant
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Igor Alves .... gaffer
Taylor Boehm .... daily swing
Jeremy Chan .... still photographer
Andre Dutoit .... lighting design
Ryan Glover .... camera operator
Ryan Glover .... second unit cinematographer
Peter Harvey .... additional cinematography
Craig Jewell .... focus puller: "b" camera
Craig Jewell .... second assistant camera
Stefan Kuchar .... daily swing
Emmanuel Lachapelle .... daily swing
Chris Lazar .... daily swing
Alex Leung .... first assistant camera
Chris Luciow .... grip/electric swing
Michael Meehan .... daily swing
T.J. Richardson .... key grip
Johnny Vong .... additional cinematography
Johnny Vong .... still photographer
Robert Joseph Young .... daily swing
 
Casting Department
Lauren Roy .... extras casting director
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Liza Kelly .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Paul t Brooks .... assistant editor
Ed Ham .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Danielle Holke .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Anita Abbasi .... craft service
Cynthia Amsden .... festival publicist
John Baker .... production assistant
Brenda Blake .... legal services
Ben Chaisson .... projection design
Monica Dottor .... choreography
Claire Ross Dunn .... story editor
Christina Fernandes .... insurance
Kim Findlay .... production accountant
Melissa Glidden .... video project coordinator
David Halls .... location manager
Alan Henry .... original anime audio
Cara Hindley .... video project coordinator
Danielle Holke .... digital communications and community
Beth Kates .... projection design
Lauren Kennedy .... production assistant
Diane Konecny .... insurance
James Kwiatkowski .... sales representative
Adam Lazarus .... movement coach
Jeff Mann .... poster design
Erik Martin .... craft service
James McKnight .... production assistant
Kevin McLean .... unit publicist
Joey Monahan .... production assistant: prep
Jennifer Renaud .... studio manager
Brett Trider .... colourist
Leandra Vermeulen .... office production assistant
Leandra Vermeulen .... production assistant
Sarah Warren .... script supervisor
Kerry Young .... production coordinator
 
Thanks
Alan Bacchus .... special thanks
Devon Bain .... thanks
John Bain .... special thanks
Spencer Bain .... thanks
Chris Bell .... special thanks
Linda Butler .... thanks
Balraj Dhillon .... thanks
Julie Di Cresce .... special thanks
Krista Dzialoszynski .... thanks
John Galway .... special thanks
Jennifer Goldhar .... thanks
Lisa Gotlieb .... special thanks
David Bradley Halls .... special thanks
Cherilyn Hawrysh .... thanks
Kishwar Iqbal .... thanks
Carl Liberman .... special thanks
Lori Lozinski .... thanks
Dan Lyon .... special thanks
Kyle McCutcheon .... special thanks
Kathleen Meek .... special thanks
Robin Mirsky .... special thanks
Ron Pardo .... thanks
Karen Paré .... special thanks
Dan Peel .... special thanks
Jim Sherry .... special thanks
Ali Weinstein .... thanks
 

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Additional Details

MPAA:
Rated R for sexual content, drug and alcohol use and language - all involving teens
Runtime:
93 min
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Certification:
Canada:14A (British Columbia/Manitoba) | USA:R
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3 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Stuck between adolescence, adolescence and stereotypical immaturity, 9 October 2013
Author: napierslogs from Ontario, Canada

"Picture Day" stars Tatiana Maslany as Claire, a girl who's described as being caught in between adolescence and adulthood. But that's only accurate if adulthood is actually an immature state of being where teenagers are snarky and rude because they think they're cool and smarter than everybody else. She's smack dab in the middle of adolescence no matter how mature she might think she is.

During Claire's last year of high school – again, she meets two guys. Jim is legally an adult, thereby making him older and wiser. He also represents the sex, drugs and rock & roll stage of "adulthood". Henry is younger than Claire, but also mature, studious and observant. He's also more sheltered and needs someone to show him the harsh realities of coming of age.

The coming of age parallels within in this film are apparent and abundant. Claire's stuck between adolescence and adulthood and is repeating her last year of high school – as if she's unable to know when she needs to grow up. She's also torn between two guys, representing the high school and adult worlds she's torn between. And then within the guys themselves, the older one is more immature and less adapted to the adult-world and has no need for Claire himself. While the younger one can provide Claire with the stability she needs and has the maturity to approach adolescence like an adult.

The problem is all those parallels are represented within the premise, once you actually start watching the movie, there's nothing left to discover. "Think these ideas are smart? Good, because that's all we've got."

Worse is that the characters themselves don't provide any reasons to keep watching. Claire is rude, insolent and immature, and doesn't deserve our sympathy or even our attention. Jim is a walking, talking stereotype that is even more annoying than that sounds. Henry is a decent character, and since that should solve her boy-related dilemma, the only dilemma that's left is why we're still watching.

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