A pair of teenage girls in rural Pennsylvania travel to New York City to seek out medical help after an unintended pregnancy.


Eliza Hittman


Eliza Hittman
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eliazar Jimenez Eliazar Jimenez ... Elvis Impersonator
David Buneta David Buneta ... Clean Cut Teenage Boy
Christian Clements Christian Clements ... Clean Cut Teenage Boy
Sam Dugger Sam Dugger ... Clean Cut Teenage Boy
Talia Ryder ... Skylar
Sharon Van Etten ... Mother
Aurora Richards ... Little Sister
Rose Elizabeth Richards ... Little Sister
Ryan Eggold ... Ted
Sidney Flanigan ... Autumn
Brian Altemus ... Rowdy Student
Lizbeth MacKay ... Receptionist #1
Mia Dillon ... Women's Centre Director
John Ballinger Sr. John Ballinger Sr. ... Guy in Supermarket
Drew Seltzer ... Boyer's Manager


Inseparable best friends and cousins Autumn and Skylar precariously navigate the vulnerability of female adolescence in rural Pennsylvania. When Autumn mysteriously falls pregnant, she's confronted by conservative legislation without mercy for blue-collar women seeking an abortion. With Skylar's unfailing support and bold resourcefulness, money to fund the procedure is secured and the duo board a bus bound for New York state to find the help Autumn needs. Written by Mae Moreno

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for disturbing/mature thematic content, language, some sexual references and teen drinking | See all certifications »

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Film debut of Brian Altemus. See more »


Social Worker #2: Your partner has threatened or frightened you. Never? Rarely? Sometimes? Always?
Autumn: Why are you asking me this?
Social Worker #2: I want to make sure that you're safe.
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Don't Let the Sun (Catch You Crying)
Written by Gerry Marsden, Les Chadwick, Leslie Maguire (as Les Maguire) and Freddie Marsden (as Fred Marsden)
Performed by Sidney Flanigan
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Never bad. Rarely slow. Sometimes heart wretching. Always great.
25 February 2020 | by Alexander_BlanchettSee all my reviews

I loved it. Indie Cinema at its very best. The film is raw and real. The characters are raw and real. It doesnt try to make anything spectacular or romantisice its Topic and characters. Almost felt like a documentary. It is also the birth of two very talented Young actresses who will go a Long way. Sidney Flanagan and Talia Ryder, who already is set up in Steven Spielbergs West Side Story Remake. Flanagan has the lead and the more complicated role. She really put a lot of effort into it and you never see this as a Performance but a real human being. Ryder might not have had the more complicated role but this makes her Performance more complicated as she isnt as Showy as Flanagan. But she still puts so much heart and Soul into it. I also loved the dynamic between the two Girls. There is actually not much dialogue exhange between both. Often you think they are strangers but still they stick together and stand by each other. Eliza Hittman nailed it again and invites us into the Soul of two teenage Girls of the new millenium. A strong film.

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Release Date:

3 April 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Never Rarely Sometimes Always See more »

Filming Locations:

Pennsylvania, USA See more »


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Opening Weekend USA:

$16,285, 15 March 2020

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1.85 : 1
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