Official Trailer for Coming-of-Age 'All Summers End' with Tye Sheridan

April 30, 2018
Source: Apple

All Summers End Trailer

"All I want to do is just be a kid." Gravitas Ventures has released an official trailer for an indie coming-of-age film titled All Summers End, from new director Kyle Wilamowski, making his feature debut. This indie film is about a boy, played by Tye Sheridan (from Mud, X-Men: Apocalypse, Ready Player One) who falls in love with a girl one summer, played by Kaitlyn Dever (from Short Term 12, Detroit). But he also has to deal with his guilty conscience after his role in a prank gone wrong. The film also stars Pablo Schreiber, Austin Abrams, Annabeth Gish, Ryan Lee, Paula Malcomson, and Bill Sage. Not bad. This looks pretty much exactly as it sounds, an emotional coming-of-age indie flick, so give it a look if you're curious.

Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Kyle Wilamowski's All Summers End, in high def on Apple:

All Summers End

A teenage boy (Tye Sheridan) falls in love with a girl (Kaitlyn Dever), but after a summer prank goes awry, he must grapple with his guilty conscience. All Summers End, originally titled Grass Stains, is both written and directed by newcomer American filmmaker Kyle Wilamowski, making his feature directorial debut after working as a music supervisor previously. This premiered at the Santa Barbara Film Festival a year ago, and is just now being released in the US. Gravitas Ventures will release Wilamowski's All Summers End in select theaters + on VOD starting June 1st this summer. Anyone interested? Who wants to see this?

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That young actress was so good in JUSTIFIED.

DAVIDPD on Apr 30, 2018


Again, do the math.

CyraNOSE on Apr 30, 2018


Looks normal and watchable. Although I do feel a bit too old. But still, I might check it out ...

shiboleth on Apr 30, 2018


This is coming from someone ripping on the Venom movie, do the math.

CyraNOSE on Apr 30, 2018


Oh come on, doing math doesn't work here, it's about films. Talking about them can lead us anywhere, for numbers of reasons. I could start a long discussion here, but see no reason for it, especially since you're not very articulate with your post and what you are saying with it. In short, I wasn't too hard on Venom and I said the same for this one. If you were referring to something else, than please, do your job here, explain it ...

shiboleth on May 1, 2018


Oh boy, another "coming of age" waste of time that all the old queers will watch.

CyraNOSE on Apr 30, 2018

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