Teenage model Cora (played by Disney star Debby Ryan) is the daughter of the head of a major modelling agency and has always worked hard to live up to the expectations of her mother (Danielle Carter). When a damaging video of Cora goes viral she departs for Australia to spend time with her aunt Margot (Genevieve Hegney). Margot is also facing her own difficulties and their time together becomes a learning experience for them both.Written by
The "Tea Tree Beach" sign seen in the film when Cora arrives in Australia is fake, it was created by a local high school's Wood Technology class See more »
When Margot is first driving Cora to Tea Tree Beach, a brief aerial shot shows the vehicle traveling on the right side of the road, not the left where it should be in Australia. See more »
A Cool Movie!
Hmmm, you know that movie "Afternoon Session", so I loved it, that's it. Going and moving, a light story, that parades the actors and catching you, yes, a cool movie! I did not give anything for him, but I liked it, I recommend it, for those who want something like this .... Movie about choices and relationship.
The plot is about an aspiring model who makes a trip to the interior and discovers, the good things that exist in places like that !!!!
It is the second film of the young Australian filmmaker Rhiannon Bannenberg, who previously did Ambrosia (2015), which received a great note in IMDB 8.1! The protagonist is young American Debby Ryan, who has made many TV series and movies, and this is still one of her first feature films. Also featuring beautiful Australian actress Genevieve Hegney who had already made Amber Amulet (2013), Love Without Sin (2013) and Candy (2006).
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