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Are you young, sexually confused, just trying to get by? Do you sing, dance or possess some other talent? You're ready for a Hollywood garden party. At the center of this party is 15-year-old April, running from one bad situation into another, hoping to find an answer that doesn't involve taking off her clothes. As April navigates Los Angeles, she falls in with a group of confused kids struggling to chase their dreams. The black widow at the center of this web is a sexy, pot-dealing realtor named Sally St. Clair. Anyone who gets too close falls victim to her kinky entanglements. Welcome to L.A.
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Bottom line: it's kind of shallow and not for everyone... unfortunately you won't know until you watch.
Garden Party (it takes its name from the Ricky Nelson song) attempts to tell the story of a group of young people living in Los Angeles. First there is 15 year old April (Willa Holland) new in town and trying to get by without having to take off her clothes. Sammy is a muscian who is looking for a break, Nathan is a intern at the real estate office of Sally St Clair (Vinesaa Shaw). St. Clair is a pot growing real estate agent who has some particularly nasty skeletons in her closet who is the glue that holds the film together.
While not a bad film it could have been much better. The biggest complaint is that Freeland does little to make his viewers care about his characters or their stories. The entire film has a sort of sordid feel that makes it hard to get into.
As a small release the film is presented in standard definition with no extras to spesk of.
This may be worth a rental if your interest lies in this type of filmmaking.
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mixed acting from decent to very bad
lawrence does a ten second cameo but is there