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Anna is a young lesbian high school graduate who still lives with her parents, and works as a receptionist in a plastic surgeon's office. She embarks on a wild ride when she hooks up with a cadre of ultra-radical feminist lesbians hell-bent on raising hell. But things get even more complicated when Anna falls in love with Sadie, the radical group's leader who's already involved with an older woman named Courtney. Written by
In one sequence, Anna and Sadie go to a music/book store and check out a bunch of books, albums and magazines. The ones visible on-screen are as follows: Books: "Confessions of the Guerrilla Girls" by the Guerrilla Girls; "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy" by Greg Palast; "Pretty in Punk" by Lauraine Leblanc; "Backlash" by Susan Faludi; "How Wal-Mart is Destroying America..." by Bill Quinn; "The Power of Feminist Art" by Broude & Garrard; "Radical Feminism: A Documentary Reader" by Barbara Crow; "The New Our Bodies, Ourselves" by The Boston Women's Health Book Collective; "Emma" by Howard Zinn; "We Owe You Nothing" by Daniel Sinker; "The Beauty Myth" by Naomi Wolf; "Zines! Volume One" by V. Vale; "Grassroots" by Baumgardner, Richards & LaDuke; "The Radical Women Manifesto" by The Radical Women; "Angry Women" by Vale & Juno. Magazines: Ms., February/March 2001 ("Oh My God, I'm a Hardcore Feminist!" cover); Bitch, Spring 2002 (Sandra Tsing Loh cover); Venus, Summer 2005 (Sleater-Kinney cover). Albums: Gossip - Standing in the Way of Control; PJ Harvey - Rid of Me; The Queers - Punk Rock Confidential; Tiger Trap - Tiger Trap; Sleater-Kinney - The Hot Rock; Sleater-Kinney - Dig Me Out; Sleater-Kinney - All Hands on the Bad One; various artists - Otis' Opuses (Kill Rock Stars sampler). This sequence lasts for 30 seconds. See more »
[upon seeing Anna]
Oo, another baby dyke trying to save the world.
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I saw the Itty Bitty Titty Committee at a screening and was quite surprised. Even though I - as a man, may be not the main target group, I really liked the movie. Director Jamie Babbit makes some very interesting stylistic choices and the camera work is really innovative; that was one reason why I really had fun watching the movie. Besides this the story is very well developed, it as a nice exposition, and before you even notice you are already a part of Anna's (the protagonist) life and in the middle of the IBTC. The actresses do a really great job, Melonie Diaz is already established in the independent movie scene and the Itty Bitty Titty Committee shows why - she has found a very sensitive way of interpreting Anna's part and it is amazing watching her playing this girl. Also to mention are several well-known faces who are also part of the IBTC as Daniela Sea (The L Word) or Carly Pope (Popular). Moreover I was really impressed of the editing that goes along with great music, that completely hits the atmosphere of the movie. So to bring this to an end: As a (independent) film lover I was happy to see the Itty Bitty Titty Committee and can only recommend it to everyone who is interested in good movies. And of course, seeing beautiful women making out is always a reason to see a movie ;-)
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