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Run Time94 minutes
CastAlexandra Daddario, Benjamin Walker, Maggie Grace, Teresa Palmer, Tom Welling
DirectorRoss Katz
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Release Year2016
FormatClosed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
Run Time94 minutes
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Long DescriptionAND WIND UP IN A RELATIONSHIP THAT IS TESTED BY LIFE'S MOSTTRAVIS AND GABBY FIRST MEET AS NEIGHBORS IN A SMALL COASTAL TOWNDEFINING EVENTS.
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