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Burning Bodhi (2015)

R | | Drama | 11 March 2016 (USA)
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The death of one of their own reunites a group of lifelong friends who have gone their separate ways. Back together for the first time since high school, they hash out their pasts and confront what pulled them apart.

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... Katy
... Naomi
... Aria
... Ember
... Buck
... Dylan
... Lauren
... Lucas
... Chloe
Eli Vargas ... Miguel
... Bodhi's Mom
Jason A. Sedillo ... Big Bob's Friend (as Jason a Sedillo)
... Bodhi's Dad
... Big Bob
... Rock Chick
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Lifelong friends stumble back home after high school when word goes out on Facebook that the most popular among them has died. Old girlfriends, boyfriends, new lovers, parents, your first dead friend - how do people deal? The reunion stirs up sticky feelings of love, longing and regret, and the novelty of forgiveness, mortality and gratitude.

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Rated R for drug use, language and some sexual references
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$1,422, 20 March 2016, Limited Release

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$3,289, 19 June 2016
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Sasha Pieterse's character is named Aria - the name of her co-star Lucy Hale's character in the TV series Pretty Little Liars See more »

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Cloud 69
written by Elizabeth Boland
performed by Lowell
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Subtlety end Insight
11 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

Really, Matthew McDuffie has done a rather brilliant job at giving color, depth, and delineation to a generation that seems inchoate to their elders and "betters." Mr. McDuffie has portrayed an anti-Shavian universe with more subtlety than is at first apparent. The characters in his film, like many of their generation, have lost adequate vocabularies in which to describe the milieu in which they move. Their conversation is bereft of wit, allusion to history, literature, or anything else beyond their small frames of reference. No, these are not the entrancing beings who populate the worlds of Wilde or Shaw; they take no delight n conversation, betray no appetite for repartee. These young women and men communicate by way of texts, and must function in such a joyless dimension that a funeral for a friend, with its slap of shock and grief, must be transformed into a "funeral" Still this writer/director has shown these same young people to possess wisdom beyond their years, sweetness, and tolerance of the self- involved, Irresponsible generation who raised them. McDuffie has managed to capture this universe with a deft touch and a compassionate eye.

My only criticismis that Andy Buckley, who played a corporate CEO so flawlessly on The Office, is far too patrician a type to be shown in a tee-shirt and five o'clock shadow.


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