Saltwater

Saltwater

Saltwater is a movie starring Sally Clawson, Joan Marie Grant, and Michael X. Sommers. In search of her grandmother's wedding dress, Jenny travels to the Salton Sea.

Running Time
1 hours 47 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Family
Director
Lise Swenson
Writer
Lise Swenson, Lise Swenson
Actors
Michael X. Sommers, Joan Marie Grant, AnnieScott Rogers, Sally Clawson
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Saltwater» (14)

Daniel avatar
Daniel

In search of her grandmother's wedding dress, Jenny travels to the Salton Sea. Amid the brutal ecological disaster of the Sea and mounds of family debris, she reconnects with her eccentric Aunt and begins to uncover a murky family history. As she starts to see the beauty of the neglected oasis and its inhabitants, she realizes her life is not what she thought. When secrets emerge, she must make hard choices about her future to be free from the past.

Thomas Ortiz avatar
Thomas Ortiz

excellent movie. must watch!

Jerry H. avatar
Jerry H.

One of the better movies I've seen lately.

Marie F. avatar
Marie F.

Really loved this film & really love AnnieScott Rogers!

Joseph Perez avatar
Joseph Perez

I love the movie the story line is great and so is the acting

Karen avatar
Karen

Love this movie!! One of Sally Clawson and Michael X. Sommers best movies in my opinion.

Karen H. avatar
Karen H.

Loved this movie, the premise, the build up and action. The action was believable, and the story is one that is still playing out in this country.

Sandra Meyer avatar
Sandra Meyer

Well-crafted, well-written, and well-acted film. Lise Swenson added depth to its characters and an acerbic quality to its witty dialog.

Jonathan T. avatar
Jonathan T.

Great acting all around..Sally Clawson made it feel real and heartfelt.

Kelly W. avatar
Kelly W.

A movie of the highest order! Directed by Lise Swenson has outdone himself. This is seriously his best film to date.