It’s supposed to be the best summer ever. Tara, Skye and Em touch down on the Greek party resort of Malia for the vacation to end all vacations, the girls trip every British teenager ticks off at the cusp of adulthood. Tara, the last remaining virgin, is on a mission to change that: and her bestfriends are causing chaos right alongside her. The 16-year-old drinks and dances her way through the strip —with all its messy bars and grimy nightclubs— until she meets a couple of boys on the neighbouring hotel balcony who she hopes might give her a summer to remember.
Born in 1993 in London, she graduated from NFTS with a Cinematography Masters. Her graduation fiction ‘November 1st’ (2019) was BAFTA long-listed and her graduation documentary as cinematographer, ‘City of Children’ (Arantxa Hernández, 2019), was Grierson nominated. Molly’s cinematography work spans documentary, fiction and advertising. In 2016 she directed the documentary short ‘The Worlds My Oyster’, and ‘Good Thanks, You?’ (2020), her first fiction short as a director, was presented at the 59th edition of La Semaine de la Critique at Cannes Film Festival. ‘How to Have Sex’ (2023), her first feature film, was premiered at Un Certain Regard at Cannes Film Festival, and received the award to the best film in that section.