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Dandelion

Rating:R (for pervasive language, some violent images and strong sexual content.)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:October 7, 2005
Running time:93 minutes
Cast:Vincent Kartheiser, Taryn Manning, Arliss Howard, Mare Winningham, Blake Heron
Director:Mark Milgard
Producer:Molly M. Mayeux
Writer:Mark Milgard, Richard Murphy
Distributor:Ruth Pictures

Description: "Dandelion" is the story of Mason Mullich, a teenager coming of age in a world where love seems to have gone missing, where families exist in fragmented silence and change feels all but impossible. Then Mason meets a girl named Danny, and their soulful connection gives him a glimpse of a life beyond what he has ever known. He begins to look inside himself for answers to the questions that have long tormented him. What he discovers is that love is not only possible, but that it is everywhere; that we may not always be able to choose who we love, but how we love is our choice to make.

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