Regie: Clay Jeter
USA 2011 / 84 Minuten
mit: Sarah Hagan, Austin Vickers
“My mom and dad and your mom and dad were best friends. And they did everything together. Every weekend your parents would come down to see my parents. Your parents loved each other so much, they were inseparable.”
Jess and Moss are stumbling through the endless days of summer. They watch fireworks against dark, pastel-coloured skies. They walk with naked legs through the woods and run their fingers over the carpets of moss. They compare mosquito bites in the blazing sun. Moss asks many questions, to which Jess doesn't have any new answers. The two only have each other and their memories: Images, tapes and a tumbledown house. Jess has long since packed her suitcase. When she leaves this place, summer will be over.