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Two female students struggling to complete their university degrees seek a flatmate. At the same time Michael, a medical student, is looking for a new place to stay. Written by
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After its initial screening at the Cannes Film Festival, Fox Searchlight gave Emma-Kate Croghan another $400,000 to give the film a bit of polish. (The film's original budget of $37,000 didn't allow for much in the way of post-production.) See more »
In the long drive with Mia and Alice in the car, the weather outside is bright sunshine when the camera is on Alice but dull (perhaps) cloudy when it is on Mia. See more »
My motto is you should make a point of trying everything once, except incest... and folkdancing.
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This movie is the perfect romantic pick me up. I can watch it every day-- it's short and sweet. Gay or straight, if you want a movie about wanting and hoping and angsting and college and partying and breaking up and making up and discovering and love, this is it. Frances O'Conner is excellent in this, her first film role.
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