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Annabelle is the wise-beyond-her-years newcomer to an exclusive Catholic girls school. Having been expelled from her first two schools she's bound to stir some trouble. Sparks fly between her and her teacher, Simone Bradley. Annabelle pursues Simone relentlessly until Simone must make a choice between following her heart and doing what's right. Written by
In the scene where Simone sits in the closet, looking at photos of her former lover, the photos are actually pictures of director Katherine Brooks. See more »
After Annabelle asks Simone if she would take her cross off, Annabelle turns to pick up her rosary. The microphone is visible on the inside of Annabelle's shirt collar. See more »
[talking about getting rid of Annabelle's beads]
Maybe you could carry them in your pocket or hide them in your bag where no one could see them.
I'll think about it.
Why are you making this so hard?
The first person I fell in love with gave them to me.
You still in love with him?
*She* moved to Europe last year with her family.
[Simone touches Annabelle's arm]
Think about it.
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All Over Me
Written by Jake Newton, Mark Dold and Judith Martin
Performed by Lindsey Harper See more »
This is an excellent lesbian film. The performances are really good, though the storyline could have used a bit more enhancement. I felt that it began too quickly and ended too abruptly. It seemed as though the interest between the teacher and student was just suddenly thrust upon us without enough development. Then I felt that there was not enough time developing their relationship before it ended. Still, it was a very beautiful and enjoyable movie. The cinematography is gorgeous and the soundtrack is superb. I highly recommend this film if you enjoyed "Summer of Love" or "All Over Me", as it reminded me a lot of these films.
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