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Come Down Molly (2015)

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In this expressionist odyssey exploring the lonely side of entering adulthood, struggling new mother Molly (Eléonore Hendricks) joins her old high school group of guy friends at a secluded ... See full summary »

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Eleonore Hendricks ... Molly
Kentucker Audley ... Patrick
Lindsay Burdge ... Amy
Jason Shelton Jason Shelton ... Shelton
John Anderson ... John
Jason Selvig ... Jason
Sam Sundos Sam Sundos ... Sam
Ben Roberts Ben Roberts ... Ben
David Jette David Jette ... Dave
Terrence Montgomery ... Molly's Father
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In this expressionist odyssey exploring the lonely side of entering adulthood, struggling new mother Molly (Eléonore Hendricks) joins her old high school group of guy friends at a secluded mountain home. Amidst tears, laughter, and mushrooms, they connect with nature, one another, and themselves.

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USA

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21 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Colorado, USA

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Not Your Ordinary Trip
17 April 2015 | by russellcassarSee all my reviews

What differentiated this film from others that take a look at psychedelics experiences (The Doors: "I'm Afraid of My Father"), is the realness of the relationships and the underlying sadness of Molly, struggling with the responsibility of Motherhood and marriage. Wonderfully played by Eleanor Hendricks. John Anderson was a standout, adding a great comic element. Jason Shelton's character, also struggling with his decision to get engaged, was terrific.

The cinematography captured the beauty of the Rockies and brought the audience to a very interesting place.

I was privileged to see this film last night at the Tribeca film fest, very interesting how the actors were left to improve for hours at a time in the wilderness. Bravo.


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