Following their recent graduation, 4 friends distract themselves from the looming responsibilities of adulthood. But as the boundaries between real and surreal blur, they are faced with decisions that will define the rest of their lives.
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Long-time friends Louise, Nina and Alice celebrate their recent graduation with hectic partying, joined by their friend Kane who is the only friend not to attend university. Louise's imminent departure for London adds to the underlying tension within the group, and as the boundaries between real and surreal blur, Louise devises an intervention to save their final days together. They embark on a road trip to regional Australia, and upon returning home face the reality of her departure. They are left, a group of suburban animals, on the threshold of their lives.
Or spaced out as i wouldve said in my drunken late teens. its a film about dreams, hopes and ambitions, mixed with a confusional gender confusement, in a flock of one cock and three hen living and spelling the last days of teens before the crushing weight of adulthood suddenly appears. it has some flippy floppy hippiish carisma bound to it, the choice of score and the always swaying and moving cinematography shows all the signs of independality.
it didnt appeal to me , the grumpy old man, i grew up in the stoneage of non digital input, just some 00001, 01001 in a language called basic, but you might like it. it has some sore parts that will bait some.
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