Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey (2017)

Drama | 86 min

Movie Story

Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey 2017

The summer of 1966 – the year of sexual revolution and the darkest era when bombs are mercilessly dropped on Vietnam soil killing not only the militants but the innocents too, the young soul Liza who is fifteen sets out for a motorcycle trip with her 16 years old boyfriend Brett.

Everything’s going great and Liza wants to be Brett’s first but she’s not so sure about their future, thus sets ripple of emotions and twist to the drama. This bitter-sweet real story is sure an eye candy.

Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey Movie Review 2017

Documentarian director, Terry Sanders tries to ignite the period drama. Where two L.A. teens sets out for a motorcycle road trip, as the two falls in coming-age-romance.

The sweet sixteen – the phrase isn’t there for nothing, but has a true meaning and this beautiful drama has it all, to make you believe.

Sets out in 60s, this indie-budget romantic drama hasn’t delivered much of the spark. But the soundtrack of the movie, really gives you the feel of it.

Doonie Brooks, one of the legends who made 60s memorable and activist musician Buffy Sainte-Marie, were the best decisions for adding melodious touch to this coming-age-romantic drama.

The remarkably clear drama depicts the teenage sexuality of a girl. Who falls in love with a bad boy teenage motorcyclist. Although, it portrays the sentiments of the young lovers who just hit their puberty. The story however sticks squarely to the script.

The story gets a little blow despite of the blazing young stars and though they are appealing and flaunting their adolescence in a best way possible. The script doesn’t throw much a light on their individuality.

Speaking of review ratings in terms of direction; 4.5 is what it truly deserves along with thumbs up. Thanks to the renowned director Terry Sanders. It couldn’t be any better than that.


The script wise, however, it gets a little setback as it could have done a bit better and the characters could have been explored a little further than usual as it was shown in the movie. This is exactly and the only department where film seems to lack a bit.

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