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June, Adrift (2017)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 23 November 2017 (Netherlands)
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Three millennial women escape Los Angeles on the impulse that building a sailboat can change their lives.

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Adrienne Subia

Writers:

Amanda McCann, Christine Hassay (as Christine Moore) | 1 more credit »
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Amanda McCann ... Emma
Cassie Ramoska Cassie Ramoska ... Barkley
Christine Hassay ... Rachel (as Christine Moore)
Darin Toonder ... Dusty
David Ross Paterson ... Roy
Marguerite Moreau ... Teacher
Richard Gleason ... Tata
Elizabeth Liebel Elizabeth Liebel ... Mama
Kay D'Arcy Kay D'Arcy ... Babcia
Ricky Faust Ricky Faust ... Lumber Steve
Bruno Oliver ... Porn Producer
Reena Dutt ... Café Woman
Colin Walker ... Rachel's Dad
Susan Grace ... Trash Can Lady
Mary Claire DePriest Mary Claire DePriest ... Woody's Waitress (as Mary Claire 'Frankie' DePriest)
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Emma is an aspiring sound designer in LA stuck paying the bills by creating sound effects for pornos. Barkley has secretly dropped out of her Masters program but still pretends to go every morning so her Polish immigrant family doesn't have to find out she fizzled. And Rachel is the best elementary school teacher in the world but has a completely empty life when she's not at school. After hearing that Emma's parents have abandoned her failed boat building project to the trash collectors, the three millennial women drive to rural Maryland to rescue and restore both the boat and their pride. As they build, they learn from each other and two colorful locals what may be required to reconcile their dreams with their realities. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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Tweens wrote a script.
19 December 2020 | by RussoisedSee all my reviews

It has all the intentions of being a coming of age film, but instead addressing the struggle and anxiety of actually being an adult, it goes full regression. The dialog, the general plot, and action in the movie is more in line with 12 year old girls. It had good intentions with a shoestring budget, and had a cute ending...for that I'll give it two stars.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

23 November 2017 (Netherlands) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Chesapeake City, Maryland, USA See more »

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$95,000 (estimated)
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