Purity gives a closer look inside Alyssa Castalldi's life on Lake Shore Drive. This rainy Chicago night changes Alyssa's life forever. She has been waiting to give herself to her soul mate....
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Purity gives a closer look inside Alyssa Castalldi's life on Lake Shore Drive. This rainy Chicago night changes Alyssa's life forever. She has been waiting to give herself to her soul mate. After dark, Alyssa deviates from her course....for better or worse... Written by
I found this film to be, singularly, the most influential film noir of our generation. Not only is it progressive in nature for its views on premarital sex, but it stands against mainstream shows such as Teen Mom that glorify the loss of virginity at an early age. I especially appreciated the female protagonist, played by the eternally talented Alexandra DiNovi, who was portrayed as both strong and yet vulnerable at the same time. The sexual undertones allude to the protagonist's struggle of fending off men during her early high school life while still appreciating the companionship of an overly emotional male, who may or may not be addicted to vodka, in her later years. I can only hope this talented actresses' future endeavors are as respectable as her first foray into the industry. More importantly, I hope she continues to represent Lake Shore Drive (the location of her condo in Chicago) and the city itself while maintaining humility throughout her career.
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