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In a significant change from the TV sitcom Friends that made him a famous actor, Dave Schwimmer directs this powerful, well-acted and sensitively handled drama that warns people can be far from what they seem on internet chat. Annie, a 14-year-old teen living in Chicago, develops a crush on Charlie, a guy she meets online in a volleyball chat room. The revelation he’s much older than he pretended unsettles her – but she’s reluctant to abandon their relationship. The crime he commits against her reverberates through her whole family, and is especially difficult for her ad executive father to cope with...
An unmissable explanation of exactly how Facebook has changed all our lives.
11+ years 115 mins
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14–16 years 95 mins
Resentments and secrets cause relationships to implode in this likeable, British coming-of-age tale.
14+ years 88 mins
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