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All Summers End

Conrad's friends seem to want to keep him away from his girlfriend because they fully believe that friendship is more important than girls. Conrad is a very close friend of his girlfriend Grace but will cause a problem for her family direction through a small joke, then he will start to solve that problem but without mentioning the truth.
Actors: Bill Sage,
Bill Sage
Bill Sage 3 April 1962, New York City, New York, USA
Lizzy Micyus,
Lizzy Micyus
Lizzy Micyus
Tye Sheridan,
Tye Sheridan
Tye Sheridan 11 November 1996, Elkhart, Texas, USA
Caroline Gainey,
Caroline Gainey
Caroline Gainey
Katie Adkins,
Katie Adkins
Katie Adkins
Nolan Gross,
Nolan Gross
Nolan Gross
Shuang Hu,
Shuang Hu
Shuang Hu
Austin Abrams,
Austin Abrams
Austin Abrams 2 September 1996, Sarasota, Florida, USA
Sope Aluko,
Sope Aluko
Sope Aluko
Ryan Lee,
Ryan Lee
Ryan Lee 4 October 1996, Texas, USA
Pablo Schreiber,
Pablo Schreiber
Pablo Schreiber 26 April 1978, Ymir, British Columbia, Canada
Genre: Drama
Director: Kyle Wilamowski
Country: United States
Release: 2017
IMDb: 6.1
Duration: 90 min
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CRITICS OF "All Summers End"
Hollywood Reporter

February 07, 2017

While Sheridan is inherently appealing, he bravely renders Conrad's cowardice at key moments.
Los Angeles Times

May 31, 2018

Writer-director Kyle Wilamowski smothers his bid for nuanced emotion in the cardboard mechanics of bad-decision drama.