Different Flowers

Synopsis: Full of girl power, kooky characters, and real heart, Different Flowers is an independent dramedy feature film set against the backdrop of a Midwestern summer. Millie and Emma are sisters with a rocky relationship who bring out the best - and worst - in each other. When Emma helps Millie run out on her wedding, they embark on an adventure neither could have anticipated.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Morgan Dameron
Production: Different Flowers
  1 win & 1 nomination.
99 min

(elegant orchestral music)

(loosening tongue)



Ann and Steven!

Okay over, down and then left.

I do.

I do.

You're gonna crush it.

What could go wrong?

(camera clicking)

Caroline and Tiffany.

The seating cards should have

been placed 20 minutes ago.

Come on, ba ba ba ba ba!

Oh, have you gotten

one of us together yet?

(camera clicks)

Ah, perfect.

Emma, you done?


It's too hot to function.

I'm not the one

who wanted to get

hitched in August, honey.

Oh Mom, can you zip up Lucy?

Oh my god is the air even on?

They promised me a

crisp 68 degrees!

Is this the kitchen?

- Do I look like a

refrigerator to you?

Go on, ba ba ba ba ba.

It's down the hall to the left.

Ask for Chef Souza.

Where'd the twins go?

We can't start

without flower girls.

- Mom.

- What?


Have you practiced

your vows yet?

You know what?

Say 'em to Grandma.

'Cause I have to make a call.

Is this the kitchen?


- You better get lost

before it's too late.

Something new.

And it helps with

the nerves too.

- The flutist isn't

texting me back.

Can you help me, please?

(soft crying)



You sure you're okay?

'Cause you kinda, look

look like you got stung

by an emotional bee.


But you look fabulous.

That dress?


- Mom's dress.

- I know.

And it really stands

the test of time.


- You're channeling like

1988 in a very strong way.

That's a very underrated

year for fashion.

You don't have to do this.

- Look, I know it's a lot,

but you don't have to do this.

And if you do want

to marry Charlie,

then we'll just take a deep

breath and then we'll get

right back out there.

- You and I, we don't do

this, you don't have...

I'm gonna be fine.

You don't have to do this,

you have no obligation here.

Oh I don't?



Cool, see ya.

(door shuts)

(pensive music)


This isn't the kitchen!

It's me, dumb head.

Come on.

Albert to the rescue.


Let's get outta here.

(light music)

Oh, this is the kitchen.

Excuse us, sorry.

Oh, that's actually,

hey thank you so much.

- Emma, come on,

let's go, let's go!


Okay, alright.

He's all yours m'lady.

You want me to drive?

You want me to come with you?

Yeah, I can't go by myself.



Why can't it open?

- You have to reach in.

- What?

Oh my god.

- Just reach in and pull the...

- Why can't you just

have a normal car?

Just pull it.

He's not a normal

car, he's Albert.


Why does it smell weird?

What's happening?

- It's just...


- Emma.

- Don't.

You've gotta be kidding me.

Shh, Albert, come on!


Ready, come on sweet Albie.

It's okay, it's okay.

Let's just, maybe

we should just...


- Nope, no,

that's not happening.

- Nevermind.

Okay hold on.

(radio turns on)

Wait wait wait,

hold on, hold on.


(engine starts)

Yes, Albert!

Never let's me down.

- Wow.

Alright, you ready?

- Shh, just like be

really, really slow.

Why are you shushing me?

Be really quiet.


- There's literally

no one can hear us.

There are people.

Emma, just, I can't be seen.

Be cool, be cool, be cool.

Be cool, be cool.

- What if Mom finds out...

- Act cool dude.

I am acting cool.

You are not acting cool.

Oh my gosh.


Okay we do have to go

directly by the church so...

Why are there people there?

- There's people there,

you think they saw me?

Oh my god they all saw you.

Oh my god!

- I'm just kidding,

nobody saw you.

- Emma...

- No stay down.


Oh god.

Okay I'm down, I'm

down, I'm just...


Oh my god, oh my god.

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