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found this movie to be very entertaining and delightful...the acting is excellent and the lead actresses are completely captivating....what a pleasure to be able to see a lesbian-themed movie with a storyline that parallels any straight love story.....with all the sexual tension, sexual chemistry, and positive presentation that straight people have been given from the dawn of cinematic history.....you will fall in love with the actresses....you will thrill to their budding love and consummation of that love.....this movie will haunt you when you leave the theater....you may even want to see it again....it won't win any awards like "brokeback mountain".....i realize that, but it will make your day.....
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