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The Experience

USA 2019
produced by
Katerina Gorshkov, Vassili Gorshkov (executive) for Surface Tension Films
directed by Katerina Gorshkov
starring Allison Kove, Ava Capri, Shawn Christian, Ravi Naidu, Brigitte Nielsen, Cameron Jebo, Lou Ferrigno jr, , Sabina Gadecki, Kiana Jun Bartholomew, Gordon Thomson, Kevin Balmore, Jaime Gallagher, Jose Rosete, Jordan Wells, Jason Lott, Rane Jameson, Luisa Lee, Danny Araujo, Alexis Clayton, Matthew Joel Kranyak, Sasha Payne, Dmitri Krassotkine, Hannah Sussman, Emily Dykes, Amy Motta, Holly Kaplan, Perry Smith
written by Katerina Gorshkov, music by Tim Wynn

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Scarlet (Allison Kove) has issues with everything, so her politician dad Peter (Shawn Christian), out of ideas what to do, drops her at a wilderness camp for troubled teens, run by caring Richard (Ravi Naidu). However, for the longest time it seems neither Richard nor counselor Russell (Cameron Jebo) can get through to her, and she doesn't make the least effort to let anyone in. That is, until Dylan (Ava Capri) shows up, an ex junkie with her own set of problems, but the first person who shows actual compassion and friendliness towards Scarlet. The two soon become the best of friends, and start sharing each other's secret.

Meanwhile, Peter fights a whole different kind of battle, as a big oil company might have polluted his town's water supply. He is to launch a big health survey, but the company, represented by their muscle Michael (Lou Ferrigno jr) wants to do everything in their power to keep the whole thing under sheets. Peter's of course not happy with that, so Michael starts to look for ways to blackmail him.

Scarlet tells Dylan that she thinks her dad killed her mum (Sabina Gadecki) back when she was four, and that she knows where the murder weapon's hidden. The next day, Dylan's gone, Scarlet's dad is arrested for murdering her mum, and Scarlet is expelled from the camp. But where to go from here?

Brigitte Nielsen plays the woman who controls everything - though not in the way you might think ...


The Experience is a rather touching drama that works quite so well because it doesn't try to hammer is message home but rather disguises as a genre movie to keep the audience entertained, and it's also a film that keeps one guessing to the end, as it only drops subtle hints and remains intentionally vague in many points rather than spelling everything out. And a subtle direction and a solid cast of course help to make this a pretty good movie, actually.



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