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A mysterious girl pursues a young man in her new small town home. Coinciding deaths and a disappearance create a common thread between them as they struggle with young love and loss over the course of one summer.Written by
Man! This movie brought me back to my first mature crush that got away. I can't stop thinking about this now! Good movie. I never knew that there was a term referred to as Indigo Children. That scene where they were on the train and Christina asked Mark what an Indigo Child is, was like a light bulb for me. Christina is growing on me! There were a lot of good setting shots where I want to make stills out of, blow up, make a poster, hang on my wall! We need more movies like this. It definitely has a 70's feel to it. It will make you reflect on your past, and your earliest crush or crushes ha. This has been saved to my Netflix. The Director did a great job sticking to a certain mood and maintaining it throughout the film. Everything flowed together, the ariel shots, the dialogue, the settings, and even the music and soundtrack in the background just made sense!
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