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Terry David Mulligan
Lily is a sheltered art student from Michigan going to school in California. She finds an apartment and her roommates aren't quite normal. One day she finds a box of items belonging to a girl she's never met before. But in the box are nude pictures of the girl and her diary. Lily begins reading the diary and realizes that she's going to change her life and become a wild woman! She begins dating a guy and at the same time her art instructor begins to lust after her. The struggle begins when her boyfriend thinks she's unfaithful to him and her art teacher becomes obsessed. Written by
In a later interview, Alyssa Milano was questioned about the film. She responded by saying: 'I hope my Poison Ivy days are over'. See more »
At the party when Lilly and Gredin are in the bathroom, as Lilly pulls her dress down you can see the camera move up in the mirror behind her. See more »
[leading her up to his sculpture]
I got carried away with Donald, I shouldn't have put you in the middle of it.
Well I uh, probably over reacted. I can sometimes be hypersensitive.
[seeing his work]
You should be... You got it.
Yeah. I'm the only person in class whose hand the teacher has to hold. Literally.
Well Falk has weakness for his female undergrads, especially when they look like you.
[looking around at his sculpture]
What is this?
This is my magical craft. I'm sorta hopin' it'll win me a ...
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There is a certain kind of bizarreness that you only find in low-budget or straight-to-video cinema. Make no mistake, this is an awful film, but it's this straight-to-video charm (which I am going to arbitrarily name "Ed Wood Charm")that makes it enjoyable. The dialogue is lame and the plot must have been the result of a fun party game, but it's still enjoyable. Veteran actor Xander Berkeley gives another great performance, despite the material. I was impressed with Alyssa Milano. I used to think she got by on looks, but she gives a damn fine performance in this otherwise damned film. Nice job, Girl.
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