Shag (Region A Blu-ray)

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Description

This warm-hearted romantic comedy stars Phoebe Cates (Fast Times at Ridgemont High) and Bridget Fonda (The Godfather: Part III) as young girls on the loose in Myrtle Beach circa 1963. Carson McBridge (Cates), who's counting down the days until her wedding, and Malaina Buller (Fonda), the capricious daughter of a preacher, will sneak away from home along with friends Caroline Carmichael (Annabeth Gish, Mystic Pizza) and Luanne Clatterbuck (Page Hannah, Gremlins 2: The New Batch) for big time fun and "shag" dancing on the south coast. Through romantic entanglements, broken hearts and some of life's hard truths.

Product Details

Barcode
887090135115
Department
Movies & TV
Released
27 Jun 2017
Type
Movies
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Comedy
Region
Region A
Studio
Olive Films
Runtime
99 min
Age Restriction
PG
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Shag, The Movie
Release Year
1989
Running Time
99 min
Language
English
Alternate Title
Shag
Categories
Dramas / Coming Of Age / Nostalgic / Sixties / Teenage / Theatrical Release / Young Love
Synopsis
Four best friends from the American South decide on a final round of wild parties, romantic interludes and true love experiences before going their separate ways. They gather up their recently engaged girlfriend and head to Myrtle Beach to have their last hurrah, where situations of raised expectations and disappointment mark their coming of age in the summer of 1963.
Release Notes
Blu-ray Disc Features:
  • Widescreen - 1.85
Audio:
  • Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
  • DTS
  • Subtitles - English
Cast & Crew
Director
Zelda Barron
Star
Phoebe Cates / Scott Coffey / Bridget Fonda / Annabeth Gish / Page Hannah / Tyrone Power / Robert Rusler
Movie Critics
Los Angeles Times
"...An utterly pleasant surprise....It's an impeccable production -- with hair, clothes, music and production design that savor the period without camping it up. There is succinct editing and camera work and lovely performances..."
Sheila Benson (21 Jul 1989, p.C1)
New York Times
"...A frothy female answer to Barry Levinson's DINER, with a Southern twist....Cates gives a luminous performance..."
Stephen Holden (21 Jul 1989, p.C12)