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Long Goodbye (2018)

"Nevermind Goodbye" is the story of Avery and Matthew. Two lonely strangers who begin finding comfort in a fantasy relationship with one another that doesn't exist. Too deep in their ... See full summary »
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Michael Ford ... Matthew
Sylvie Preston ... Avery
Garrett Hendricks Garrett Hendricks ... Thomas
David Riley ... Mark (as David Thomas Riley)
Jolie London Glickman ... Cathy
Jamie Geiger ... Eric
Monique St. Cyr ... Julie
Clem McIntosh ... Roger
Kevin Sebastian ... Jon
Wilfredo Roldan Wilfredo Roldan ... Barfly
Kelsey Nash ... Charlie
Brittany Lee McDonald ... Rachel
Roland Lane ... Rob
Toni Belafonte ... Daisy
Jordan Worley Jordan Worley ... Bouncer
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"Nevermind Goodbye" is the story of Avery and Matthew. Two lonely strangers who begin finding comfort in a fantasy relationship with one another that doesn't exist. Too deep in their delusion to talk to one another, they both struggle to find relationships with other people, only to find that reality can't overcome the fantasy. When reality and fantasy collide, they are both forced to confront their demons.

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For two lonely strangers, reality and fantasy collide

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 March 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Nevermind Goodbye See more »

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El Raven Productions See more »
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Color
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Don't Waste Your Time
1 January 2020 | by larrys3See all my reviews

Unfortunately, I just found this movie to be more of an experimental film with terribly confusing storylines, along with vacuous dialogue and characters. Very hard to discern what's fantasy and what's reality here.

No subtitles. Some nudity and explicit scenes.

Overall, to be honest, I couldn't wait till the movie was over (even with a short running time of about 1 hr. and 18 min.). I would say don't waste your time with this mess of a film.


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