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Lily (2013)

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Lily is an exploration of a vulnerable period in a young woman's life. When her cancer treatment comes to an end, Lily is faced with a newfound clarity of herself. As she navigates through ... See full summary »

Director:

Matt Creed

Writers:

Matt Creed (co-writer), Amy Grantham (co-writer)
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Credited cast:
Amy Grantham Amy Grantham ... Lily
Simon Chaput Simon Chaput ... Aaron
Benjamin Slater ... Jake
Zachary Unger ... Kyle
Lindsay Burdge ... Emily
Rebecca Street ... Nell
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Andalman ... Dave
Drew DeMaio Drew DeMaio ... Will
Michael Harrah ... Neil
Erika Latta ... Laura
Mike Lisenco Mike Lisenco ... Fertility Doctor
Conan McCarty Conan McCarty ... Michael
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Lily is an exploration of a vulnerable period in a young woman's life. When her cancer treatment comes to an end, Lily is faced with a newfound clarity of herself. As she navigates through this difficult time she is forced to make decisions and answer questions she put off over the years. Cancer has been the only thing she's followed through on from beginning to end, this epiphany weighs heavy on her mind. Written by Anonymous

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Really good
10 December 2014 | by Red_IdentitySee all my reviews

Another really surprising addition to the list of indies I've seen this year. The lead, Amy Grantham, is truly fantastic. I've never seen her in anything else and don't know if this was her first film ever, but she truly managed to give her character so many shades that were illustrated in the writing, and she brought them into life beautifully. You really get immeshed just watching her in day to day life, and she brings such a warmth and naturally that is stripped from any superficiality. I think this is a great film very simple but hugely engrossing and effective in its themes and absolutely deserves to be seen more. I hope I see Grantham in other stuff in the future.


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