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Plot: Still reeling from the death of her father, a young girl spends one last summer at the Jersey Shore before heading off to college. But when her plans fall apart, the girl stumbles into a mysterious world of Russian sailors, high-stakes gambling, and unexpected love.
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Sweet and Endearing
I had never heard of this movie until I caught it on a movie channel on television. Once I saw a few minutes, I was hooked. Something about it drew me in. I spent the rest of the movie trying to figure out what that something was. I think I know.
It’s a true “feel-good.” It’s not offensive, it’s not run-of-the-mill, it’s not cliché. In fact, I was surprised it was rated R, it could easily have gone PG or PG-13. Some of the humor is edgy, but the romance is pure and sweet, there are NO sex scenes (can you believe it) and yet it’s still effective.
The characters are real and the acting is right-on. The dialog is strong. The plot is unique. Perhaps the climax scene is a little predictable, but it doesn’t take away from the movie. It only adds to the lightness of it. Sometimes it’s refreshing to just experience something that is in its essence sweet and good and simple. That’s what this movie is. If I had one word to describe it, it would be “genuine.” You feel genuine when you’re watching it and you feel genuinely satisfied once it’s over.
A Sweet Charmer, Start To Finish
It’s refreshing to see a small, independent movie with such a big heart, lovable characters (played by an able, attractive cast) and stunning cinematography.
Who knew the Jersey Shore had such beautiful locations? I’m so accustomed to seeing films set in The Garden State that look like a trash dump, not like some tropical paradise. The light is golden and feels almost nostalgic, like a film from another decade.
But life isn’t exactly paradise for the down-on-her luck main character (Kim Shaw), who’s trying to fulfill her dream of going to Columbia by working all summer and praying she gets financial aid. Her dad’s dead, her car breaks down, the job and housing she had lined up both vanish, and she’s forced to either admit defeat or turn that frown upside down and make the best of things. Shaw is cute as a button and you want her to succeed. She finds work as a ESL teacher for the kitchen staff at a local restaurant/boat club and gets involved with a group of bad boy drifters who she’s supposed to be teaching. Later than sooner, she learns what they’re up to and falls for the cutest bad boy of the bunch (David Fumero).
Coming-of-age, end-of-innocence, romantic-comedy, thriller…whatever you want to call it, it works. Kudos to the filmmakers for making such a feel-good film…it would be great to see more indie films that show us the sunny side of life more often than focusing on just the dark clouds of human experience.
Original Language en
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Greg Chwerchak
Writer Gabrielle Berberich, Greg Chwerchak
Actors Kim Shaw, Paul Sorvino, David Fumero
Country United States
Awards 23 wins & 2 nominations
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