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The Primrose (2018)

After ending things with his fiancé, Steve, a recent college graduate, finds outs he is a legacy to a secret party society and moves into a house with seven other post graduate delinquents.

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Jon Kilmer

Writer:

Jon Kilmer
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Credited cast:
Tricia Auld Tricia Auld ... Bed girl
Alex Babbitt Alex Babbitt ... Andre
Jake Brennan ... Stoker
Iris Buckley Iris Buckley ... Fallon
Mike Charette Mike Charette ... Stoner
Mark Davenport Mark Davenport ... Charles River guy
Derek DeAngelis Derek DeAngelis ... Tim
Conor Doneghey Conor Doneghey ... Officer Delaney
Mark Gagnon Mark Gagnon ... Steve
Monica Giordano ... Jennifer
Brett Isaacson Brett Isaacson ... Brian
Mark Jigarjian Mark Jigarjian ... Self
Jon Kilmer Jon Kilmer ... Asshole ex-boyfriend
Chelsea Macdonald Chelsea Macdonald ... Casey
Michael Malanga ... Pennington
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It's hard to cope with post collegiate stress. Especially if your fiancé leaves you. Lost and misguided, Steve enters the real world with no direction - Until his older brother informs him that he is a legacy to secret party society: one house, eight guys, and no affiliation with the university. Four more years to do whatever the hell you want. We follow Steve through his first fives days in The Primrose house, where he learns the importance of getting stuck in the middle of letting go of the past, and not growing up too fast.

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Jon Kilmer is one of Mike Stud's videographers and directs many of Stud's music videos. See more »

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"Animal House" meets "The Graduate!"
26 February 2021 | by mekilmerSee all my reviews

Confused but nice kid finds himself in the "Animal House." Which way will he go? This is a coming of age story about a college graduate struggling to figure out what he should be doing once he graduates. He is not alone as with many others trying to figure it all out. I believe this movie is a must see for all college students and their parents. The message here is that it's actually ok to not have all the answers. Instead of knowing what they wants to do after college, they should learn everything they can while they are there and then grow into who they are and what they want to be. This movie has many twists and turns along he way and the ending is well worth waiting for.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$40,000 (estimated)
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