Rip Tide

Synopsis: Teenage model Cora (played by Disney star Debby Ryan) is the daughter of the head of a major modelling agency and has always worked hard to live up to the expectations of her mother (Danielle Carter). When a damaging video of Cora goes viral she departs for Australia to spend time with her aunt Margot (Genevieve Hegney). Margot is also facing her own difficulties and their time together becomes a learning experience for them both.
Genre: Family
Director(s): Rhiannon Bannenberg
Production: Umbrella Entertainment
  1 nomination.
85 min

I'm running New York's

top model agency,

one that will launch

you into a career

that will take care

of you your entire life.

Darling, I cannot give you

my attention all the time.

I don't want your attention

all of the time.

But maybe once, you could

have made an exception,

done something I wanted to do

that was important to me.

I missed most of my childhood,

missed my graduation

so I could be

where you wanted me,

when you wanted me there.

I've fit into your life,

and now I'm doing something

on my own terms.

Sweetie, I know

that you're upset,

but people like us

can't afford accidents.

This was your chance

to show Morgana

and the industry

the polished young woman

you've become,

not some melodramatic teen.

Why won't you listen to me?

Even when your daughter

is plastered on

every magazine in New York,

it's like you

still can't see me.

Cora, you can't just

always run away.

I am not running away.

I am running towards

something else, anything,

as long as it's not your idea.

Now, why don't you just go back

and do what you usually do...

Get on with your busy life

and forget about me?

I got a little

secret in my heart

Ladies and gentlemen,

this is your

first officer speaking.

In a few minutes,

we will be commencing

our descent into Sydney.

Cabin crew, prepare

the cabin for landing.

Outside is black and white

We laying color on the floor

- That's her.

- No way.

Good morning, miss.

We'll be landing soon,

so here's your next

boarding pass.

It's gate 4.

Uh, I booked first class.

There's no first class

on a prop plane,

but I'm sure you'll have fun.

We'd better get out there.

It'll be smooth as glass.

You know, tai chi

is only beneficial

when you don't actively

work against it.

I'm not working against it.

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