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Jake is a 16-year-old girl whose mother left her. She finds her older sister Darlene in L.A., but Darlene turns her away. Darlene's neighbor Marci takes pity on Jake, allowing her to stay over. When Jake discovers that Marci is a manager in a massage parlor, she convinces Marci to hire her. Written by
The thing that attracted me to this film in the first place is its star Tara Subkoff who has had mostly small supporting roles throughout her career. With the exception of her co-starring role in the film "All Over Me" this is her biggest part to date and she is a rather fascinating young actress to watch. The scene in which she splashes water over her face in the bathroom while Land Of The Loops' Multi Family Garage Sale plays in the background shows how beautiful her performance is without her even having to utter one word. She has an amazing presence that keeps this somewhat shaky film watchable. The soundtrack though somewhat quirky at times is really important to the overall tone the filmakers are trying to capture. If you like indie music and Tara Subkoff then this is a must see.
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