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(308) 4.9 83 min 2018

Summer of '67 is a movie starring Joe Lara, Ivy Rhodes, and Lea Hutton Beasmore. Based on real life events, Summer of '67 brings to life the turbulent times of the sixties and the struggles faced by the men and women impacted by the...

Ivy Rhodes, Lea Hutton Beasmore, Karen Boles, Joe Lara
Drama, Romance, History
Sharon Wilharm

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Romance, History
Director Sharon Wilharm
Writer Sharon Wilharm
Stars Ivy Rhodes, Lea Hutton Beasmore, Karen Boles, Joe Lara
Country USA
Runtime 1H 23M
Description Based on real life events, Summer of '67 brings to life the turbulent times of the sixties and the struggles faced by the men and women impacted by the Vietnam War. Young wife and mother Milly (Rachel Schrey) is forced to live with her mother-in-law while her husband Gerald (Cameron Gilliam) is away on the USS Forrestal. Kate (Bethany Davenport) must choose between Peter (Christopher Dalton) her high school sweetheart and Van (Sam Brooks) her new hippie boyfriend. Ruby Mae (Sharonne Lanier) finally finds true love with Reggie (Jerrold Edwards) only to have him whisked away by the draft. Each woman faces the question of whether or not their man will return, and even if he does, will life as they know it ever be the same?

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Monday, 27 Jul 2020 22:27

I think most people in the cinema were just going to have a great time, a good time. For me, it was an incredible experience, and it's a film that has stayed with me for a long time. To say that this was an outstanding film is a ridiculous statement. While I did enjoy this film, it did not represent the experience of the Vietnam War. What I saw in this film, and the great respect this film has for the individuals involved in it, was that the army was great. The Army was not that they had a great grasp of strategy, tactics, or even a cohesive structure, it was the soldiers who were great. They were great at a task that was in the middle of the battlefield, and I found that realistic and fascinating. To me, this was more about how soldiers lived their lives and what they accomplished, it was not about the strategy and tactics. The film was more about their unique personalities and the way that they managed their emotions. They were not in it for the glory of the war. The film did a great job of showing the beauty of the American way of life and what we had to overcome in order to live. For me, it was more about what the Viet Nam War was like, and how the soldiers were living their lives and their lives. It was not about how we were fighting the war, it was not about how great the tactics were. It was about the people who were living the war, and how the soldiers lived their lives. I believe that it's a great film for anyone who loves to live in the moment and does not take life too seriously, and will not judge the film just because the director is American.
Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 18:02

The most surprising and most powerful thing about the British film festival, The Shawshank Redemption, is how consistent it seems. It's not that it's hard to watch, it's just that we're being fed the same film about a character who you know, who you love. So much of the time, what we're told about a film is all false. We know there's going to be a tragedy, and we know that what follows is going to be that tragedy. But this is a true story. This is a man who survived the horrors of war. The fact that he was a good man, the fact that he loved his wife and his children, these things have been shown. But we know the story, and the characters. We know the ending, and we know the cast. We know the whole show is about to go the way we think it is going to go. That's the thing. A false ending is more powerful than a true one. It's almost impossible to see The Shawshank Redemption with no knowledge of the real story. It's a film that is so exciting and so dark, we see the tragedies, we see the tears, we see the joy. We get to know the characters, we understand them, we see what we don't know about them, and it's all played so well, it's almost unreal. The most moving scene in the film is when Andy has to hear the truth about his father. It's almost as if he's screaming in the dark. It's such a scene. The last time I saw it, it was a little over a year ago. The scene moved me so much that it was one of the most moving moments in my life. The scene is haunting, and it's one of the most moving moments I've ever seen in any film. I've seen a lot of them, and I've never been moved by anything, and so that scene is haunting. It's one of the most powerful scenes I've ever seen. That's how good this film is. The setting of the prison is completely fitting. The architecture of the prison is great, and the prison is perfect. The ending is spectacular. It has everything, it has tragedy, it has hope. It has sadness, it has a sense of end-to-end. It has all of the elements to be a true story, and it's a true story. I know it sounds arrogant, but I'm not an arrogant person. I'm just telling you what I think. The great thing about this film is it's not a true story. It's not a biography, it's not a character study. It's a story about a man who has survived one terrible tragedy after another. I don't want to give too much away. I can't help it, this film is excellent. I can't wait for the DVD to come out. I want to see this film again. I want to know the truth. I want to see a film about a man who is driven by hope, by the fear of the unknown, and I want to see a film that is a true story. I want to see The Shawshank Redemption, but I can't wait for it.

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