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White Water Summer

The story of Alan, a shy boy who gets convinced by his parents to spend a few summer days in the mountains. So, he joins a group of 3 friends and an experienced guy, and the vacation begins! Unfortunately, things turn out to be a little tough for our small friend...
Actors: Sean Astin ,
Sean Astin
Sean Astin 25 February 1971, Santa Monica, California, USA
Caroline McWilliams ,
Caroline McWilliams
Caroline McWilliams 4 April 1945, Seattle, Washington, USA
Charles Siebert ,
Charles Siebert
Charles Siebert 9 March 1938, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA
Kevin Bacon ,
Kevin Bacon
Kevin Bacon 8 July 1958, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
K.C. Martel ,
K.C. Martel
K.C. Martel 14 September 1967, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Jonathan Ward ,
Jonathan Ward
Jonathan Ward 24 February 1970, Elkridge, Maryland, USA
Joseph Passerrelli ,
Joseph Passerrelli
Joseph Passerrelli
Matt Adler
Matt Adler
Matt Adler 8 December 1966, Los Angeles, California, USA
Genre: Adventure Drama
Director: Jeff Bleckner
Jeff Bleckner
Jeff Bleckner 12 August 1943, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1987
IMDb: 6.2
Duration: 90 min
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CRITICS OF "White Water Summer"

April 27, 2003

Bacon is the perfect nasty...thrills aplenty
Reel Film Reviews

May 10, 2011

...an innocuous drama revolving around the exploits of several campers and their seemingly amiable guide...

August 28, 2002

Most stunning is how abruptly the film ends, but I suppose that's to be expected when a production simply runs out of money.