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Rated NR · 88 min. · 2014

Comedy

This film is a refreshing coming-of-age comedy about finding love and the thrilling first moments of adulthood. When high school friends reunite over their first holiday break during college, they discover just how much they have changed while their town of Hollidaysburg has stayed the same. Within hours of his return, former prom king, Scott is dumped by his now-depressive girlfriend, discovers his parents have sold his childhood home, and must prepare to say goodbye to his beloved town forever. Meanwhile, Scott's acquaintance and quasi "kid sister" Tori is miserable because of a domineering best friend who she's outgrown, but can't seem to shake. When the events of the weekend throw Scott and Tori together, an unlikely romance blossoms.

Official Site: hollidaysburgmovie.tumblr.com
Director: Anna Martemucci
Writer: Anna Martemucci, Philip Quinaz, Victor Quinaz and Dan Schoffer
Cast: Rachel Keller, Tobin Mitnick and Claire Chapelli

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