- Actors: Kristina Valada-Viars, Emily Schweitz, Ellen Dola
- Directors: Scott R. Thompson
- Format: PAL, Colour
- Language: English
- Subtitles: French
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: TLA Releasing
- DVD Release Date: 25 Mar. 2013
- Run Time: 90 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00900WXZQ
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 91,126 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Molly's Girl [DVD] 
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Topical, smart, and charming, Molly s Girl is a love story with a twist! Fed up with trying to score a male companion at singles night, feisty, but awkwardly eccentric Molly (Kristina Valada-Viars) rolls up to the bar and stumbles upon gay marriage activist Mercedes (the fiery Emily Schweitz) who was recently dumped. The two spark a passionate conversation that leads to a one-night stand and Molly s first time with a woman. However, neither turns out to be exactly what the other had imagined, leading both down unexpected, frequently hilarious paths. Consistently funny and surprisingly touching, Molly s Girl is a romantic comedy with a huge heart.
Top customer reviews
Molly and Mercedes have a drunken hook up which Mercedes immediately regrets, but she soon finds that Molly is kind of difficult to get rid of - and spending time with her might actually teach her something about herself as well.
I thought the acting was really good and Molly's quirkiness is dealt with in equal measures of fun and sadness, but not sugar coated or over played as there otherwise is a tendency to in lesbian movies. A good movie that deals with important issues while providing entertainment. Worth a view 3.5 stars
There are two deleted scenes and a trailer as extras on the DVD.
The provocative announcement that Molly is now Mercedes' 'fiance' goes, as expected, badly. The Senator wants them out of his house and out of his life. His gopher/aide tries to make a deal but gets resistance as Mercedes wants to bring the house of Cranston and his acolytes down. Molly has two sisters - Helena and Mary-Beth - who apparently share the same conservative ideology as their father; Helena,the younger sister, tells Molly how she shunned a friend when she came out as a lesbian.
The battlelines are set and the film entertained us with some great feisty dialogue from both sides. Derren wins an encounter with the senator's aide by mocking his prejudices; Molly says that, as well being a lesbian, Mercedes is Jewish. They seem to be setting themselves up as targets but the tragi-comic exchanges are both funny,edgy and thought-provoking. The film really kept up the pace. The lovely twist near the end of the film was unexpected but really was like throwing acid into the Senator's face helped by some mischief making from a reporter and Mercedes' girlfriend.
This was a treat for those of us who enjoy a film with great narrative drive, dialogue and extrovert performances which, however, do not spare us the heartbreak of those who cannot pursue the American dream of The Pursuit of Happiness if they are gay.
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