Greener Mountains (2005)
The sheltered life of a Vermont orphan is suddenly thrown into chaos with the appearance of a beautiful and free-spirited New York artist in this coming of age drama from four-time Emmy nominee Lee Shallat Chemel. JP Barton was just an infant when he was found by the elderly owner of a rustic family resort in Vermont, and over the years he has hardly ever ventured off the grounds. When a radiant artist from the big city arrives at the resort and JP begins to realize how big the world truly is, however, his entire perception of reality is turned upside down. … More
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Cute, unexciting coming of age story about a young man torn between his crush, origins and responsibilities at the holiday resort he's been raised and worked at all his life. The beginning is so strangely peaceful and easy-going that you almost wish for something horrible to happen. Once a little bit of love drama ensues and someone tries to change things around the resort, events get a bit more interesting, although there's never the slightest doubt that everything will work out fine. The main character seems a bit too flat, but the support acting is very decent especially by Nan Martin and Kevin Durand. The cinematography of the lovely area is really beautiful and although nothing will ever raise your blood pressure in the course of this film, it doesn't get boring either. A film like a calm summer holiday.More
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