Natalie, head of everything in high school and tennis scholarship for college, gets Keith as Chemistry lab partner. While Natalie is anal, Keith's the opposite. Chemistry? What about boyfriend Raff and Keith's secret?
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Natalie has it all: yearbook editor, scholarship to college, star athlete, reigning social queen. Then Keith enters her life. Secretive and enigmatic, he slowly lures her from her comfort zone. The more Keith holds back, the more Natalie becomes intrigued with figuring him out. In her head, she's determined to keep him at arm's length, but in her heart she can't resist him. As Natalie's world slowly unravels, both their lives are changed forever in this powerful love story.Written by
Elizabeth Harnois was 29 when she played 17 year old Natalie Anderson. See more »
Two times, we see Natalie in her room, lying on her bed in her tennis outfit. The first time was right after she loses her match. The second time is after she gets out of her parents' car. The second time, however, everything is in the exact same place as it was during the first scene. See more »
In case you haven't heard: picnics - they usually take place outdoors.
Oh, is that what it says in the officaial picnic rulebook?
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The love scene between Keith and Natalie in the back of the truck was originally shot and edited differently. The kissing was shorter and the two were in the the back of the truck longer. See more »
Be prepared to forget the world around you for 93 minutes
This sums up precisely how GRIPPING this movie is. Did you ever expect a teen romance movie to be able to do that? To be so SIMPLE yet INCREDIBLE that it blows your mind...To be so INTENSE yet REAL that you feel that it depicts some part of your life... To have some similarities with some movies you've seen before but NEVER in a way that could make you lose your sleep..."Keith" will.
This movie has the best script, direction, cinematography, acting, musical score you can ask for and in the end, I was just left speechless!
This movie makes one think why can't more movies be like this...A teen drama/romance can also be deep and meaningful...
From the very first scene, this movie catches the attention and doesn't let go of it. It is so easy to relate to the characters and feel all that they feel. It leaves you with so much to think about that it's just sad most people have no idea that this movie exists. Hence I felt compelled to write a review for the first time ever...
DON'T let any EXPECTATIONS formed by the names of the actors or the movie poster keep you from seeing this movie. Because NOTHING you EXPECT can EQUAL what this movie ACTUALLY is.
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