Palm Trees and Power Lines cast: Lily McInerny, Gretchen Mol, Emily Jackson. Palm Trees and Power Lines Release Date: 3 March 2023 (USA). Palm Trees and Power Lines Director: Jamie Dack. Palm Trees and Power Lines is looking full of Drama. The film gives the life of Lea during the last few weeks of summer, before school starts again. Lea is the only person in her family.
Palm Trees and Power Lines is an American Drama movie (2023). Lily McInerny, Gretchen Mol, Emily Jackson are the main cast of Palm Trees and Power Lines (2023). The tone with the manner in which Lea speaks is comical, but her eyes are averting the underlying hesitation. Perhaps that effortless exchange is the fundamental idea behind Palm Trees and Power Lines release date of USA 3rd March 2023.
Dack tells his story almost exclusively via an array of plans mostly static, which are a slammer of Lea against an unnamed scene. Despite the close-up perspective, however, the camera fails to provide a wide depth of field and blurs all of the scenes to a soft, languid blur. This is a sign that Lea is struggling to make sense of the small spaces of her venal relationships with her peers, and in the home where mother and daughter bring one love after another.
Palm Trees and Power Lines Plot:
A lonely teenager finds herself in a romance with someone two times her older. He is seen as the answer to all of her problems, however, his motives aren’t what they appear to be.
Palm Trees and Power Lines Detail:
Movie: Palm Trees and Power Lines (2023)
Director: Jamie Dack
Writers: Jamie Dack, Audrey Findlay
Main Stars: Lily McInerny, Gretchen Mol, Emily Jackson
Country: United States
Release Date: 3 March 2023 (USA)
Runtime: 1 hour 50 minutes
Also known As: 팜 트리스 앤드 파워 라인스, Palm Trees and Power Lines, Palm Trees and Power Lines Movie, Palm Trees and Power Lines (2023)
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Palm Trees and Power Lines Cast:
Lily McInerny As Lea
Gretchen Mol As Sandra
Emily Jackson As Makeup YouTuber
Quinn Frankel As Amber
Armani Jackson As Patrick
Ping Wu As Donut Shop Cashier
Timothy Taratchila As Jared
Rhied De Castro As Darren
Jonathan Tucker As Tom
Yolanda Corrales As Diner Waitress
Kenny Johnston As Jimmy
Michael Petrone As Mike
Lily Collias As Emma
Angel Grey Cooper As Hayden
Auden Thornton As Katie
P.K. Simone As Motel Man
Yvette Tucker As Pizza Waitress
John Minch As Eric
Lea thus spends her summer months by herself, without much interest and a lot of boredom. She has her closest friends, and sometimes schoolmates who aren’t interested in her. Lea meets an unexpectedly handsome man, Tom (Jonathan Tucker) two years older, yet still extremely handsome. The worst happens quickly and then shortly after, Lea appears to be waking up from her slumber.
The young Lea is the child of an unmarried mother who is not at all attentive to the existence of her daughter who is 17 years old, as she waits for the reopening of schools, and spends the final days of summer through the monotony of her day. She is occupied between drinks with friends and revelations that are the subject of gossip. Lea has a crush on Tom who is two years older than her age. Tom’s life is not visible as he’s involved in a number of criminal activities and claims to have construction work, but nothing proves that. Lea finds herself attracted to Tom’s admiration and, savoring his attractiveness and availability young friend.