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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.


Adrienne Subia


Amanda McCann, Christine Hassay (as Christine Moore) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
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)


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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June, adrift review
26 June 2016 | by aurifexfxSee all my reviews

life is not about the destination, it is about the journey. To me this movie is very much an adult watershed movie, a coming of age tale for three women who have seen their twenties go by in a flash. I do not know why there are no reviews for this movie, it is a great movie I wanted to start doing more reviews for more indie movies that I really enjoyed. I am male and sure, I love action movies etc but to me this may appeal to a more discerning audience than most Hollywood movies would. As I said before, I think this is an indie movie after looking at some of the cast and crews IMDb profiles I guessed this was a bold project for a lot of them. It was however not easy to know that it was an indie movie at all from watching it, unless like me you watch movies endlessly. The actors all carry their roles believably and the characters are written just as well, which just goes to show you don't need a big budget to make a brilliant little movie, which for aspiring artists like me is a very big inspiration. It was actually a nice surprise for me to find that the three main actors actually wrote the story / movie. It was nice to relate to a movie and it's characters and feel some of the emotions with them, together with some clever and quirky directing and some great comedy I really enjoyed this movie and would recommend it. The thing that drew me to the movie was the fact that I enjoy boats myself and boat projects. It was a nice medley of different characters and feelings that made this story work. I look forward to any similar projects these guys work together on. I gave it 8/10 which is a high score for me, more than I give most block busters.

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23 November 2017 (Netherlands) See more »

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Chesapeake City, Maryland, USA See more »


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$95,000 (estimated)
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