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Everyone Has An Awkward Phase, But This Is Just Unreal.
The world is closing in on 14 year-old Greta Driscoll (Bethany Whitmore, Mental). A teen at a cross roads, she can’t bear to leave her childhood behind because it contains all the delightful things that give her comfort in this otherwise incomprehensible world. Existing in a bubble of security alongside only friend Elliott (Harrison Feldman, Upper Middle Bogan) Greta’s parents decide to throw her a surprise 15th birthday party where she’s taken well out of her comfort zone and flung into a strange parallel world of ludicrous circumstances and twisted logic, a place where only she can find herself.
Interviews with the cast and crew
|Actors||Bethany Whitmore, Harrison Feldman|
|Film Genre||Australian Cinema|
|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 5.1)|
|Subtitles||English for the hearing impaired|
|Consumer Advice||Mature themes and coarse language|
|Year of Release||2015|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||Blu-Ray|