This warm coming-of-age drama from the far northern corner of Maine was one of the gems of the Santa Fe Film Festival. Two teenage boys just want to get out of their tiny town. One is a promising young man (Callan McAuliffe); the other is a troublemaker with a home life that never gave him a chance (Emory Cohen). Will they sink together, or swim? The plot is hopelessly clichéd, but the filmmaking strongly evokes a sense of place through photography, music, solid acting, and a script that covers a wide breadth of experiences. Not rated. 116 minutes. Jean Cocteau Cinema, Santa Fe.
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