Shag (Shag: The Movie) is a delightful coming-of-age comedy released in 1989, set against the backdrop of the summer of 1963 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The film follows four close friends – Carson, Melaina, Pudge, and Luanne – as they embark on a last unforgettable girls’ weekend before adulthood. Each girl has her own dreams and aspirations, but during this wild and eventful weekend, they find themselves entangled in a series of misadventures and romance. As they navigate dance contests, encounters with handsome strangers, and quirky locals, the girls discover more about themselves and their friendships. “Shag” is a heartwarming and spirited tale of youthful exuberance, friendship, and self-discovery set against a backdrop of 1960s music, fashion, and dance. It captures the essence of a transformative summer that leaves each of them forever changed as they learn to let loose and embrace the joy of living in the moment.