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Reeling from her husband's affair, Rose collides with a marooned teenager in a boarded-up Delaware beach town.

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Rose
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Boy
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Emma (as Eléonore Hendricks)
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Emma's Friend
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Husband
Dan Seely ...
Cashier
Sam Calagione ...
Brewery Manager
H.D. Parsons ...
Fisherman
Kevin Miller ...
Fish Gutter (as Kelvin Miller)
Shirley Miller ...
Old Time Photo Clerk
James Miller ...
Old Time Photographer
Susan Betts ...
Costume Shop Clerk
John Bochnowski ...
Dance Leader
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Alison Bagnall

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Olly Alexander ... (additional material)
 
Alison Bagnall ... (screenplay)
 
Alison Bagnall ... (story)
 
Greta Gerwig ... (additional material)
 
Andrew Lewis ... (screenplay)

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Alison Bagnall ... producer
Peter Gilbert ... executive producer
Amy Seimetz ... producer
Taylor Williams ... associate producer

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Olly Alexander
Britta Phillips
Dean Wareham

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Mark Schwartzbard ... director of photography

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Darrin Navarro

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Tom Rovak ... digital intermediate colorist

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Jade Healy
Chris Trujillo

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Lisa Hennessy

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Susan Bryant ... sound recordist
Gene Park ... re-recording mixer / sound editor

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Brett Jutkiewicz ... assistant camera
Taylor Williams ... second assistant camera

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Anthony LaMarca ... composer: additional music

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Plot Summary

Livid over her husband's affair, Rose drives from Virginia to Delaware to confront (if not kill) the woman who dallied with her man. While unable to immediately confront the woman, Rose finds a British lad who's somewhat stranded after coming to America, having pursued a pretty girl he once met but finding her now with another. Both emotionally adrift, Rose and the boy end up with each other for company at her parent's beach home, even roll-playing while Rose awaits the chance to confront her elusive romantic rival. Written by statmanjeff

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Also Known As
  • 40 Day Dream (United States)
  • Блюдо и ложка (Russia)
  • O Prato e a Colher (Brazil)
  • Talerz i lyzka (Poland)
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  • 92 min
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Soundtracks I Found It Not So See more »
Quotes Boy: I'm a rent boy.
Rose: Oh, what's that?
Boy: Silly, it's male prostitute.
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