The Incredibly True Adventure of 2 Girls in Love [DVD]
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A lesbian romance from writer-director Maria Maggenti. Teenager Randy (Laurel Holloman) is a working class tomboy and Evie (Nicole Parker) is her well-to-do friend. As the two teens get to know each other better, their relationship blossoms, and soon a tender romance begins - but will they bow to the opposition of friends and family?
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This acclaimed coming-of-age comedy is the story of two teenagers who unexpectedly experience the excitement, surprise and romantic fantasy of first love. Randy (Laurel Holloman), a rebellious working class tomboy, meets the beautiful, well-to-do Evie (Nicola Parker) and the two girls discover a first love that affects their lives in ways they never imagined. Matter-of-fact, funny and sincere, The Incredibly True Adventure of 2 Girls in Love is the perfect date movie for all.
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This is clearly a budget film - if you watch closely, you'll see there are about ten other people who wander around the school, but other than that the set is deserted. The acting is at times cheesy, but the only real culprit is the boyfriend of the Broad, who reminded me of Johnny Bravo without the bleach.
Besides that, the story is about adolescent love where just to make things "easier" this so viscerally felt love is also a lesbian love.
The couple couldn't be more different. Different background, different upbringing, different way of looking at life, living life...different everything....and yet as one may say opposites attract.
The story is truly adventurous. If it had happened to me I do not know if I would have survived especially at that age, that is 17 going 18. At least this time is a happy ending, at least till where the film finishes...
Moments of pure ironic, humouristic, surreal confusion where the world seems to fall apart with no hope of putting it straight again (pun intended!). Just as it really happens when one is adolescent....and in love.
Fun to watch.
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It's not like Better Than Chocolate or But I'm a Cheerleader. It's not "colorful" like a lot of queer cinema. It's more of a realistic situation. The acting isn't flawless but were they believable yes. It perfectly captures the clumsy, awkward, dramatic nature of being a teenager head over heels. If I wanted flawless acting is watch the Piano.