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It does have a killer soundtrack, I think it’s the kind of movie that’s more fun to watch, especially the first time, with people.There’s something that bubbles over, and the audiences we have screened it for, just real crackling energy comes across from these characters that I think it’s totally relatable, and people really seem to hop along on the ride and I think I can sense people picking sides and favourites and couples they want to ‘ship and it’s sort of like I feel people being sucked in to this small world that we’ve built and that’s the only thing I can hope for, that people feel like it’s a real group of friends who are really in this situation because yeah, all of us have bits of our selves in these characters but definitely the events are fictional.Both Ashley and Michael said they're totally down with the controversial ship and don't think there's anything wrong with it.Actually, Michael admitted that "since actors always want to find subtext in their lines and give fans what they desire," the fan-favorite ship was always in the back of their minds.The movie does get dark, and it explores themes of the death of childhood and this fear of not being young and reckless and invincible any more.Scene Creek: Could you describe your process of directing?

The lush film is directed by Seater, written by Brancati and Seater, produced by both and stars Brancati as Robin, as well as notables like Katie Boland, Chloe Rose and Ashley Leggat.The film offers great appeal to young people, and is playing across Canada at select Landmark Cinemas on October 7th, before opening at the Magic Lantern Theatres – Carlton Cinema in Toronto on October 9th.The project is a real labour of love, a collaboration between former rivals Michael Seater and Paula Brancati, who met when she was filming an episode of , which was brought to the attention of Telefilm Canada and played as a part of the prestigious Canada’s Not Short on Talent program at the Cannes Film Festival.Myself and our editor Haya Waseem, who’s incredible, to cut those scenes down, because you just have to tell a story and a seven minute scene could be interesting, but you can’t have a million of them or your movie doesn’t move forward.Working with her, it was amazing how we were able to clip part of a scene into another scene, or this take into that take.

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