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The story of two girls, Randy and Evie. Randy is a low economic class lesbian living with other lesbians including her aunt. Evie is a wealthy, popular girl with a boyfriend. When Evie befriends Randy, she begins to feel a passion for her she's never felt before. What follows is a sweet, tender romance between the two while Evie is cast away by her friends and Randy is chided by her family. The two don't care, though, because they are in love. Written by
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God, Evie, if you were going to turn gay you could've at least chosen someone pretty.
If you like romantic comedies, then you will love this one.
It is a small budget indie, but don't let that keep you away.
This is Laurel Holloman from "The L Word"'s debut film. She plays Randy Dean, a girl who lives on the wrong side of the tracks, and is not particularly pretty. She smokes weed, fails her classes, and likes loud rock music.
She runs into Evie (Nicole Ari Parker in her debut performance) and they slowly fall in love. Now, Evie takes trips to Paris with her mother, listens to opera, and is well-read and well educated.
Two more opposite girls you cannot imagine.
Yes, it is romantic, but it becomes so funny at the end that you forget that while you are laughing yourself silly.
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