Review: ‘Age of Summer,’ a sometimes choppy, but ultimately sunny coming-of-age tale
Los Angeles Times -

A tenderly observed if less than gracefully executed coming-of-age story set in Hermosa Beach circa 1986, Bill Kiely’s semiautobiographical “The Age of Summer” ultimately squeaks by on sun-kissed charisma. “Coconut suntan oil — every time I smell it, it reminds me of my first summer on the beach,”...

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