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David Alan Basche
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Loving U's a Beautiful Thing
Performed by Aloud
Written by Jen de la Osa (as Jen De la Osa) and Henry Beguiristain
Published by Dttr Music Publishing, Pedro Pan Publishing (BMI)
Courtesy of Mother West and Defend Music, Inc. See more »
I enjoyed this little indie film. good cinematography..very de ja vous of teenage years, family...crushes etc. if you expect a all guns blazing high budget youll be disappointed..but thats is what makes the film. There hasnt been one film which jemima kirke has starred in that im disappointed in (she does remind me of vahina giocante)...yes she is raw...and the 'realness' can be uncomfortable for some...but she is also real and unpolished..which is attractive. good performances from all. i hope jemima stars in more little indie films ... check out her others if you are a fan of indie and do not expect special effects..cgi...and over dramtising...this is just real life.
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