A Sort of Homecoming tells the story of Amy, a New York news producer who thought she left her high school experiences long in the past. She unexpectedly returns to Louisiana at the request... See full summary »

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Maria Burton

Writer:

Lynn Reed
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michelle Clunie ... Adult Amy
Neal Kodinsky ... Victor
Lance E. Nichols ... Hal
Jaqueline Fleming ... Val
Kathleen Wilhoite ... Annie Landry
Laura Marano ... Young Amy
Parker Mack ... Nick Stayson
Kelvin Harrison Jr. ... Eliot (as Kelvin Harrison)
Donna Duplantier ... Tammy
Cedric Watson Cedric Watson ... Fiddle Player
Ben Matheny ... Shane Hartington
Ritchie Montgomery ... Amy's Father
Lara Grice ... Amy's Mother
Ashlynn Ross ... Melanie Stayson
Katherine McNamara ... Rosa Conti
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A Sort of Homecoming tells the story of Amy, a New York news producer who thought she left her high school experiences long in the past. She unexpectedly returns to Louisiana at the request of her high school debate coach. Their strained reunion brings back memories of her tumultuous senior year of high school. Through a series of flashbacks, we follow young Amy and her debate partner Nick on the highly competitive national debate circuit as they meet compatriots and competitors from top high schools around the country and the college coaches who control access to valuable scholarships. Written by Anonymous

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Drama

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Not Rated
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Le Pay des Creole
Written by Cedric Watson
Performed by Cedric Watson avec Bijou Creole
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What did I just watch?
23 September 2019 | by marykshaw-20799See all my reviews

This movie had potential but failed. The main female has a speech impediment which made her time as a debater sort of confusing and irritating. It has good bones but they managed to make every single thing that happened feel like absolutely nothing was helping. I am so confused. How did they make every single plot point fall flat? Not worth the debate, just watch something else.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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