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Cherries and Clover

A movie made by teenagers for teenagers
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Cherries and Clover is a 2013 Canadian coming-of-age romantic comedy I wrote and directed when I was 19 starring Taylor Marie Milton and Spencer Jenkins. The entire cast, crew and development team were all composed exclusively of volunteers between 14 and 19 years of age so it is the world's first feature length film made "by teenagers, for teenagers." Shot in 2008, before the proliferation of HD video, for under $10,000, and often under illegal conditions, the production was a complete circus and really fun adventure.

Synopsis

When Clover's (Spencer Jenkins) childhood friend, Cherries (Taylor Marie Milton), returns to his hometown after a ten year separation, he finds himself immediately attracted to her still outgoing, spontaneous personality. It isn't long before their rekindled friendship develops into a sweet, quirky romance - but how long will it last?

Cherries and Clover is available to rent or own on Amazon Instant Video and DVD.

Trailer

Selected Scene - "Jump"

ThatChannel Interview

Critically Acclaimed!

Waist of my time

March 13, 2013 | by Cooneypen on IMDb

"Badly written, bad acting, no sense of where the movie was going. I could never get that time back, worst movie I seen in my life. When I seen this movie I knew that I had to get some popcorn but that was a waste of moneyÂ… It will be a good movie previews and everything was good but one sexy said I washed it I just bar in my lap literally couldn't stand What I was seen. It's an independent movie but sometimes they should stay independent in the person's house with a little bit I know it's cheap movie and low budget, but it sucks. It's like a want to be Juno except it's nothing close to that it's like high school and Emo. I'm just writing this review to let you know you shouldn't waste your time watching this movie and other actors in this movie should've said note to this job because it's such a late movie bed directing back riding red script bad storytelling"