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Rated NR · 89 minutes · 2008

Drama

Fifteen-year-old April is running from one bad situation into another, hoping to find an answer that doesn't involve taking off her clothes. As April navigates Los Angeles, she falls in with a group of confused kids struggling to chase their dreams. The black widow at the centre of this web is a sexy, pot-dealing realtor named Sally St. Claire, and anyone who gets too close falls victim to her kinky entanglements.

Official Site: www.gardenpartymovie.com
Director: Jason Freeland
Writer: Jason Freeland
Producer: Jason Freeland
Cast: Tierra Abbott, Christopher Allport, Lisa Arturo, Erik Bragg, Candice A. Buenrostro, Alexander Cendese, Alesha Clarke, Lindley Domingue, Fiona Dourif and Shelley Dowdy

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