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Evergreen 2005 NR

3.0 out of 5 stars (3) IMDb 5.3/10

Henri (Addie Land) and her mother Kate (Cara Seymour) are forced to move in with her grandmother (Lynn Cohen) in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out.

Starring:
Cara Seymour, Mary Kay Place
Runtime:
1 hour, 26 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Enid Zentelis
Starring Cara Seymour, Mary Kay Place
Supporting actors Noah Fleiss, Gary Farmer, Lynn Cohen, Addie Land, Bruce Davison, Brianne Fitzpatrick, James Jensen, Charles Leggett, Zach Zulauf
Studio Granny Was An Outlaw Productions
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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An excellent film, which was nominated for a Sundance Film Fest. award--showing many of the areas in which I live in W.WA
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Superficial drama of a teen and mom having to move away to grandma's leaky shack. Of course the 1st day of school she meets a rich lonely boy whose parents hide deep problems of their own. How do scripts like this get made? There's just nothing on the page that could be that good no matter who acted it.
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I wanted to like this movie, but the script was so transparent and surprisingly black and white (the grass is not always greener). Strong acting, though, which made this film almost worth watching.
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