Hush Little Baby (2009)

Director
Hella Joof

Main cast
Stephanie Leon; Malou Leth Reymann; Honey Shain; Julie Grundtvig Wester; Trine Appel

Genres
Drama

Description
Four girls in rehab is on tour from their treatment centers and it becomes their life stories. The girls run off in a stolen Volvo and soon learns to know the freedom of good and evil. Both the fantastic feeling to be master of its own destiny, but also the heavy feeling of responsibility when you have to figure out what to do with his life. Before long, the girls learn that they can not continue


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