A generous but gullible young woman is exploited sexually by a pot dealer and his clients. Meanwhile, a demon-possessed virgin falls in love with her but his Christian youth group pastor ...
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A generous but gullible young woman is exploited sexually by a pot dealer and his clients. Meanwhile, a demon-possessed virgin falls in love with her but his Christian youth group pastor won't let him date her until she is converted. While the potheads conspire, the Christians pressure her. Will Lois be a saint or a sinner? Or will she learn there's really no difference? Written by
I didn't really want to post about this movie until I read the comments but now I have to. I hate it when people s**t on films for not having big budgets. I especially hate it that if a movie doesn't have a big budget people walk away saying it doesn't have characters or a story. This guy didn't have any money and he made a feature film with a DV camera and a few of his friends. He got some great performances and he gave you the sense that he was observing his characters quite astutely, but never telling you what he thought of them or making the mistake of telling you what to think of them. I got the sense he cared about his characters - there wasn't one throw away in the piece - and because this is a debut film, you would think that would be enough to earn an audience's respect. But people have to write in to IMDb and complain about how tedious the experience was for them because it was shot on DV with DV sound and below studio-quality attention to lighting. This just doesn't matter. I've seen so many films with great sound and great lighting that totally stink I don't care if I ever see great lighting in a movie again. I just care about seeing interesting situations unfold. Tedious is watching millions of dollars being flushed into some formula picture. This film had real heart.
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