Childhood's End (1997)

Childhood's End (1997)

Not Rated 117 minutes
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A handful of Minneapolis teenagers, just out of high school and on the cusp of adult responsibilities, try to sort out their messy romantic and emotional lives in this independent comedy/drama.
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Director Jeff Lipsky
Starring Cameron Foord, Heather Gottlieb, Sam Trammell, Colleen Werthmann View More
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Movie Summary

A handful of Minneapolis teenagers, just out of high school and on the cusp of adult responsibilities, try to sort out their messy romantic and emotional lives in this independent comedy/drama.
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Movie Details

Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Director Jeff Lipsky
Starring Cameron Foord, Heather Gottlieb, Sam Trammell, Colleen Werthmann, Bridget White, Philip Coccioletti, Reiko Aylesworth
Studio Name Vanguard Cinema
Release Date 1997
VUDU Release Date 01/06/2008
Rating Not Rated About Ratings
Running Time 117 minutes
Language English

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