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She Must Be Seeing Things (1987)

Jo and Agatha are lovers. Both have careers: the Brasilian-born Agatha is an attorney; Jo is a filmmaker, working hard to complete the shooting of a movie called, "Catalina." Agatha may be ... See full summary »

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Sheila McLaughlin
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sheila Dabney Sheila Dabney ... Agatha
Lois Weaver Lois Weaver ... Jo
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Jo and Agatha are lovers. Both have careers: the Brasilian-born Agatha is an attorney; Jo is a filmmaker, working hard to complete the shooting of a movie called, "Catalina." Agatha may be seeing things: she's jealous, convinced Jo is having an affair with a man and follows her. But is it Jo she's following, or someone who looks like her? Jo is either too exhausted to pay much attention to Agatha or she's cleverly hiding her affair. We see some of "Catalina," with overtones of melodrama, and sometimes, when Agatha watches the shooting or looks at rushes with Jo, Agatha sees Jo in scenes of sex or violence instead of the lead actress. Can the two of them sort this out? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 April 1988 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Hun må se syner See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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I Must Be Seeing Things (re: the 7/10 rating this film has)
25 February 2009 | by defghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzSee all my reviews

This is one of the worst films I've ever seen. Apart from the immensely irritating soundtrack and god-awful acting, there's also the completely retarded scenes in which Agatha reads Jo's diary aloud (I'm not sure which of these is stupider; the one where she spins on her chair non-stop so the director has an 'interesting' shot or the one where as soon as all her colleagues have left a meeting she starts reading aloud in the boardroom) and pretty much nothing to recommend this film whatsoever.

There's also the ridiculous casting of butch ladies in a ridiculous amount of the secondary roles; how many old-school pawn shops do you know that are run by muscular blondes with spikey hair?

Seriously, this sucks worse than any other film I can think of. It seems to exist solely to give queer theorists something to talk about.


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