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Flower (2017)

R | | Comedy, Drama | 16 March 2018 (USA)
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A sexually curious teen forms an unorthodox kinship with her mentally unstable stepbrother.


Max Winkler


Alex McAulay (story by), Alex McAulay | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Zoey Deutch ... Erica Vandross
Kathryn Hahn ... Laurie Vandross
Tim Heidecker ... Bob Sherman
Adam Scott ... Will Jordan
Joey Morgan ... Luke Sherman
Dylan Gelula ... Kala
Maya Eshet ... Claudine
Eric Edelstein ... Dale Cotter
Romy Byrne ... Alli Whitman
Liz Mohun Liz Mohun ... Waitress #1
Kee Broussard ... Waitress #2
Alison White ... Claudine's Mom
Alex Marshall-Brown ... Cop (as Alex Marshall Brown)
Joel Ezra Hebner ... Highway Patrol (as Joel Hebner)
Rickie Peete ... Guard (as Rickie Montaldo Peete)


In the opening A 17 year old who blackmails older men after she gives them blow jobs to help raise money to get her father out of jail. She is then introduced to her 18 year old step brother who just got released from rehab. He was taking drugs because he was sexually assaulted by Will Jordan who was a former teacher. They came up with a plan to get even with Will for Luke. Things go wrong and Will ends up dead. Luke and Erica run off to Mexico. With Luke and Erica headed to Mexico comes clean that he was not sexually assaulted by Will but a 12 year old girl. So he is the one to tell people that it was him. Written by Scott Elbert

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Bad decisions. Good intentions.


Comedy | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for crude sexual content and language throughout, graphic nude drawings, some drug content, and a brief violent image | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Jake Johnson is Erica's father shown in her locket. He is uncredited. See more »


Erica Vandross: We're not taking you to court. We're just taking your money.
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References Candid Camera (1953) See more »


Flames of Passion
Written and Performed by Donald Stuart Seigal and George Gatt
Written by Joseph J. Bouchard, Neil A. Smith
Courtesy of APM Music
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Everything was backwards
13 June 2018 | by rainabosniacSee all my reviews

I feel like Erica was quite a peculiar teenager, but it is understandable considering the fact that she didn't have a father and her mother was always in need of boyfriends. What weirded me out the most was how Erica's sex life started where it shouldn't have. I also hated the easy way she could talk about blackmail. She only realised the seriousness of her actions when her freedom was in question. But, I did have a love-hate relationship with her. I liked her for her strenght of character and the way she didn't care what people thought of her, but I didn't like the fact that that made her do illegal things.

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16 March 2018 (USA) See more »

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$48,919, 18 March 2018

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