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Skate Kitchen

Skate Kitchen
Skate Kitchen




106 minutes


Coming of Age, Drama



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Camille is an 18 year-old from Long Island who is banned from skateboarding by her mother after she suffers a horrible accident. Feeling lonely after giving up her biggest passion, she secretly escapes to downtown New York during the summer, befriending a group of girls who call themselves ‘Skate Kitchen’, an ironic name in response to the idea that women are restricted to domestic spaces. Amongst the crew, Camille finds the community, support and sheer fun she yearned for, as they balance their part-time jobs with partying, skating and standing up for each other in a sport that remains dominated by young men. Featuring unprofessional actors, the film is an authentic depiction of teenage life that discusses social media, sexuality and wellbeing in a refreshing and nuanced way.

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15 Classification

Strong language, drug misuse, sex, sex references.

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