Eight close friends soak up the last day of the summer together before parting ways for college. Jesse (Carter Jenkins) doesn't know whether or not to pursue a long-distance relationship with Lily (Shelley Hennig). Aiden (Michael Grant) ponders his last chance to reveal his feelings for Serena (Bailey Noble). Bobby (Nick Marini) worries about what he'll do without Jesse. Emily (Rachel DiPillo) is worried about her sexual inexperience. Oscar (Matthew Shively) and Jen (Natalie Hall) don't seem worried at all.
A beautiful dancer balances on the razor’s edge between reality and fantasy, ultimately relying on her friends to help her figure out the passions that have shaped who they are and who they thought they would become. If your life flashed before your eyes- would you like what you see?
James, a consummate womanizer, and Randall, a devoted husband, are unlikely best friends. But when Randall becomes a father for the first time and James for the 17th time, they both seek out an unconventional form of counseling to aid them in their relationships. Hilarious events ensue as Randall tries to gain the respect of his wife and James attempts to control his sexual addiction while fending off his baby mamas.
After top-rated TV talk-show host Bobby Bishop (Vincent Gallo) suffers a meltdown on the air, he leaves his show and heads to New York City to find his ex-girlfriend, Lily (Courteney Cox). But Lily isn't thrilled that Bobby gained fame and fortune without her and she goes to great lengths to keep Bobby at a distance.
As Maya's wedding approaches, she finds herself confronting her family's turbulent past. From award-winning filmmaker Cherien Dabis who made AMREEKA (2009) which world-premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won the prestigious FIPRESCI award in the Director's Fortnight at Cannes.
LAST SUMMER tells the story of two high school sweethearts, Luke and Jonah, who spend their final months together over the course of a long, quiet summer in the rural South, contemplating their uncertain future and the uncertain future of America. Against a world of baseball fields, bicycles, churches, and conservative values, the boys find a position in their all-American town.
17-year-old Naama spends most of her free time drinking and partying in the hopes of escaping from her parents' constant bickering, worsened by the recent disappearance of her AWOL soldier sister. When a free-spirited new girl shows up at school, Naama falls deeply in love for the first time and the intensity of the experience at once confuses her and gives her life new meaning.