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25 Random Things I Did During My Big Fat Lesbian Depression (2009)

'25 Random Things I Did During My Big Fat Lesbian Depression' takes a comedic look at one lesbian's journey of recovery from an unreal break up. From eating excessive amounts of frozen ... See full summary »

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Rebecca Sekulich ...
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'25 Random Things I Did During My Big Fat Lesbian Depression' takes a comedic look at one lesbian's journey of recovery from an unreal break up. From eating excessive amounts of frozen yogurt, leaning on friends, to yoga in the desert to entering a twelve step program. 25 Random Things uses the framework of social media to poke fun at some of the crazy, yet personal things we do in life to get through our darkest moments in order to move on from the past and emerge into a lighter state of being. Written by Christine J. Russo

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After getting the shaft in an unbelievable break up, a lesbian reveals her enlightened, yet hysterical road to recovery.

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$1,000 (estimated)
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References My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) See more »

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Born In Colorado
Written by Abby Posner and Christine J. Russo
Performed by Abby Posner and Christine J. Russo
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Hilarious!!!
27 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

I saw that film during the gay-lesbian film-festival in Hannover, Germany.

It was the best one in the short film roll I saw. We nearly fell out of our seats laughing.

I think everyone tried at least one or two of the methods, coping-strategies and strange behaviors to deal with a breakup, no matter if you are a a gay man (I am), a lesbian or straight.

Far from drowning in sentimental stuff, this film is producing tons of laughter

GREAT, just GREAT and strongly recommended...


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