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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.

Director:

Tim Matheson

Writers:

H. Haden Yelin (teleplay), Martha Tod Dudman (book)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sharon Lawrence ... Martha Tod Dudman
Mika Boorem ... Augusta
Tamara Hope ... Rain
Currie Graham ... John
Katie Stuart ... Bridget
Andrea Whitburn ... Daisy (as Andréa Whitburn)
Gabrielle Rose ... Rose
Tim Matheson ... Ben Dudman
Sage Testini ... Jack
Patricia Dahlquist Patricia Dahlquist ... Lillian
Rachel Hayward ... Judy
Aaron Pearl ... Tony
Giacomo Baessato ... Bennett
Jaren Brandt Bartlett Jaren Brandt Bartlett ... Vincent
Aaron Isaacs Aaron Isaacs ... Carlos (as Aaron Logan Isaacs)
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Storyline

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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A mother's struggle to save her daughter See more »

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Drama

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 March 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Augusta's Battle See more »

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Trivia

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 »

Quotes

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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Slipped Away
by Avril Lavigne
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Augusta Gone!
15 March 2006 | by xobaibaixoSee all my reviews

I thought the movie Augusta, Gone was awesome! It really related to some of the things that happened in my past and present. In 2003, I pulled a knife out on my mother and stabbed her. In the beginning of this movie, Augusta does the same but doesn't stab her mother.

I was a great kid in my younger years but I got involved with the wrong crowd and really messed up my life.

I'm still struggling to do whats best for me but i'm trying my hardest. I have my step sister/best friend/ idol to help me through my hard times. Shes the best.

My older sister Kaiti, Ryan and I all watched the movie on the 13th on lifetime! It was wonderful. We reminded ourselves everyday for 2 weeks.

I told my older brother Mark about it and he made fun of me saying "Are you sure it wasn't the movie of your life." Ehh, what an ass.

Well I have to go but I just wanted to say a little something about the movie and how it relates to me in this life that I lead! Bailee


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