Concerns a mother and daughter's flawed reactions to their discovery of a family member's secret double life.

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Concerns a mother and daughter's flawed reactions to their discovery of a family member's secret double life.

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Interesting but not entirely successful short
9 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bee Cribb (Emma Angelina) is a young girl who seems to feel out of place in life. One day she discovers her older sister Jessica (Julia Weldon) in bed with another women. She doesn't tell anyone but their mother finds out. She forces Jessica and Bee to go to a bar and pick up men. This leads to a very interesting end.

There's nothing wrong with a short about a young woman discovering she's a lesbian--but does it have to be so obvious? This has been covered MANY times before in other shorts, TV shows and even movies ("The Children's Hour" is one--and that was in the 1960s!). It is well made and the acting is good across the board but you've seen these characters and situations all before. Well intentioned but VERY obvious. I give it a 6.


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