A girl’s life is seen through pieces of her memories. With each passing memory, we see snippets of her childhood innocence as well as her carefree spirit in her teenage years. As time passes and she is introduced to love, she realizes that there are memories that we want to capture and preserve while there are some that we want to bury and throw away. All the while, knowing that the best and most cherished moments in life are those that we share with others who are willing to be present in the same way. The girl’s presence at the beach is the one constant memory she confides in as the challenges and changes in her life occur. The setting and currents become a reflection of her life.
Millions of decisions are made in a lifetime...yet only 1 matters. Ty finds himself submerged in the results of his 1 decision.
Julia, an experienced history teacher in a rather quiet high school, faces a school inspector. He wants to talk to her. But what about, exactly? Her heated debates with the principal?
The freedom she takes with the school program? Or the way she teaches the Shoah?
A man is unfaithful to his girlfriend. He knows she will never listen to any excuse or forgive him. That's why he takes her to the perfect place for a confession. It looks like a perfect plan.
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