She was a cute girl at the graduation. With loads of dreams of life she have left the high school to be her own. It that moment she was trying to find the way of her life and every thing seems to be littlie complicated for her. she was not yet ready for the kind of challengers in life. In the movie Post Grad (2009) it was about the life of Ryden Malby. She was too hurry for every thing and things went wrong more than she thought. Inexperienced girl about the society makes more hilarious things to find a job and a perfect guy too. She does not know any thing about the dating and all the sudden she wants to be her own and just fly as a bird. But her family was still want her back as child hood and the two different imaginations making her life complicated more and more after the high school life.
Any how she manages to go on with her life and all she wants is to find some experiences for a good job. For that she has ask help from many people and ending up with getting closer to them with romance. She wants to break free but does not really know how to do it. The movie Post Grad (2009) showing the girl life more evenly and spoiled with some good issues of modern crisis of finding a job. With some of the jobs she have found it was like running alone in a desert and she have given up them all. with bit by bit she learns more about the life and understating living is not a easy task and also with the kind of education she had it was never to easy to find a job too.
She come upon with her life and dreaming to be what she was always wants to be. Also keeping the boy friends closer to find the real one for her and having many series discussions about love and passion in the movie. Post Grad (2009) was a movie directed by Vicky Jenson and it was produced by Tom Pollock, Ivan Reitman and Joe Medjuck. Alexis Bledel, Zach Gilford, Michael Keaton, Carol Burnett, Rodrigo Santoro staring in the movie. It was releasing on August 21st and good example of life ahead of many school leavers.
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