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(406) 5.3 88 min 2019

Goldie is a movie starring Slick Woods, George Sample III, and Danny Hoch. A teenager in a family shelter, wages war against the system to keep her sisters together while she pursues her dreams of being a dancer. A story about...

Danny Hoch, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Slick Woods, George Sample III
Sam de Jong

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Sam de Jong
Writer Sam de Jong
Stars Danny Hoch, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Slick Woods, George Sample III
Country USA
Runtime 1H 28M
Description A teenager in a family shelter, wages war against the system to keep her sisters together while she pursues her dreams of being a dancer. A story about displaced youth, ambition and strength.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 02:07

Holly Johnson's debut film was a controversial, very personal film that won several awards at Sundance and then appeared in select theaters. The film revolves around a 16 year old girl named Hazel and her mother, who are struggling to raise a child. The film opens up with Hazel coming home from school, with the mother in the room. While being comforted by her mother, Hazel is curious about her friend Hannah, who is a homeless drug addict. Hazel wants to meet her but does not know where to find her. However, her friend Hannah is on the computer, and she tells Hazel about her plans to go to Vegas. Hazel is extremely curious and curious is the main theme of the film, as she tries to find out Hannah's plans and ends up going to her friend's house, where Hannah has already told her what her plans are. As the film continues, Hazel is curious about Hannah, but she is also skeptical about her friend Hannah's plans. The film is incredibly emotional and it is very hard to watch, as the film is quite violent. The film is extremely violent at the beginning, but that is only the beginning of the film. Throughout the film, Hazel is extremely afraid of her friend Hannah's plans and how her friend would get her in trouble. This is a very interesting film, because it deals with issues such as drug addiction, homelessness, prostitution, and the danger of the drug life. I believe Holly Johnson was a brilliant choice for the film director, because the film is extremely dark, and very dark to the point that I was surprised. It is an extremely intense film that will stay with you for a long time. However, I think the film does not fully work because Holly Johnson doesn't know how to make a film that has a very strong message. The film is a personal story and Holly Johnson was not able to show the main character's thoughts. I would recommend this film to Holly Johnson's fans, because I believe she has made a very interesting film. However, I would recommend it to the general audience, because the film is not completely interesting. The film is rated R for strong sexual content, some drug use, and violence.
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 13:29

It's been a while since I've seen a film that dealt with the subject of the nature of the relationship between men and women, but this film really has something to say. The main character, Peggy, is a young woman who has been married for about a year, and is pregnant with her first child. She has been living with her father-in-law, who is also her husband's father, and he is a good man, but he's also very distant and distant-minded. Peggy's husband, Roger, is an architect who has a good job and has a great career ahead of him, but he is also a very private man, and he is also very distant. One day, Peggy is pregnant, and her husband is angry, and she finds herself being pressured by her husband and her father-in-law to have an abortion. She does, and she decides to live her life as a single woman. The film does a good job of showing the growing pains of the character as she goes through her pregnancy, the pains of her husband's parents, the pains of her friends, and the pains of her mother. There are also some very powerful scenes, like when Roger's parents are discussing the death of their daughter, and Roger says that he's sorry he did not say anything. It's a powerful scene, and it's a very moving scene. The acting is also good. This is a very realistic film, with strong acting by all the characters. The only real weak link in the film is the mother-in-law. She is very distant and distant-minded, and she doesn't seem to care very much about her daughter, and she doesn't seem to be interested in Peggy's life. The mother-in-law is also very boring, and I don't think she does much to make the film any better. Overall, this is a very well-made film that has some very powerful scenes. It's not a very dramatic film, but it is a very well-made film that has a lot of powerful scenes. The acting is good, and the directing is good, and the cinematography is very good. This is a good film, and I recommend it.

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