The Way Way Back

The Way Way Back
The Way Way Back

Year

2013

Duration

99 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

For many teenagers, there comes a point at which the idea of a family holiday loses its appeal. For Duncan, that point has arrived, but on top of his mother's embarrassing behaviour, he must also endure the cruel jibes of her unpleasant boyfriend Trent. The discovery of a water park, complete with cool staff (and plenty of girls), gives the trip a boost and as his mum and Trent's juvenile partying gets out of hand, Duncan will need all his new friends' help to get through unscathed. Lots of warmth, humour and holiday hormones in this summer teen family comedy.

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Contains one use of strong language and moderate sex and drug references.

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