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Un adolescente es forzado a vivir en Irlanda tras la muerte de sus padres pero anhela con volver a EEUU.
A whimsical dirty joke of a movie set in a picturesque Irish village.
Turning Green is, if nothing else, the world's loneliest teen sex comedy.
Initially engaging, witty and charming, but ultimately ends up contrived and bland with an unfocused, half-baked plot.
Both Project Greenlight runners-up, directors Michael Aimette and John G. Hofmann get the teen angst and Gaelic aesthetic right; too bad their third-act thuggery isn't just routine, but ridiculous.
Nivola makes an astounding left turn from his nice husband role in Junebug and Hutton loses himself in the sort of part fit for a Walter Hill film.
Sometimes sweet but invariably slight and old-fashioned coming-of-age tale set in 1970s Ireland.
An amusing Irish coming-of-age comedy set in 1979.
Turning Green has been on the shelf for so long that I'm afraid this forgettable film has gone bad.
With the help of first-time performer Donal Gallery, this mix of gangster drama and quirky comedy boasts a modest charm that should appeal to young men around same age as the 16 year old lead character, despite a lack of focus and familiar twists.
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