Molly Maxwell (2013)

  |  Drama, Romance

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At Phoenix Progressive School, where everyone tries to outdo each other with creative self-expression, 16-year-old Molly Maxwell (Lola Tash) would rather be invisible than risk revealing ... See full summary »




  • Charlie Carrick and Lola Tash in Molly Maxwell (2013)
  • Mark Van de Ven, Sara St. Onge, and Charlie Carrick in Molly Maxwell (2013)
  • Charlie Carrick in Molly Maxwell (2013)
  • Charlie Carrick and Lola Tash in Molly Maxwell (2013)
  • Charlie Carrick and Lola Tash in Molly Maxwell (2013)
  • Charlie Carrick and Lola Tash in Molly Maxwell (2013)

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24 December 2016 | Reno-Rangan
| It's the same all teenagers love and sexual curiosity.
It's a little surprise film. The theme was a bit inappropriate, but there's nothing seriously offensive in the narration in the name of art and everything was explained loud and clear. Especially the way it ended seems the best one from any angle. If you are a parent, that too for a teenager, you will get it. So this is the story of the 16 year old girl Molly, who attends a progressive school. Her new undertaking is the photography which is guided by her English teacher whom she develops a crush. Since teacher-student should not involve in any kind of close relationship, their's attraction to each other will be tested. But how it will be dealt was focused on the remains.

I really kind of liked it. Though this is not the first time in a film to focus on an affair between a teacher and his student. But, how nicely and properly portrayed that issue was the highlight in this. There are no familiar faces, maybe because it is a Canadian film. It was a simple story, so no extraordinary performances, but I liked the girl in the title role. The first feature film for the director and he also wrote the screenplay. Overall a decent film, but a great indie. You should check it out if you are convinced with what I said so far. So I say go for it.


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Release Date:

6 January 2013



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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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