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T. Wendy McMillan
When pretty but troubled Kaye moves to New Orleans from Atlanta with her mother and little brother, she forges a special friendship with Emily, a rebellious high school senior with troubles of her own. They become instant best friends, and begin spending all their free time together. Emily even helps Kaye run away from home. The girls' mothers do not approve of their relationship, and Emily's mother accuses her of associating to closely with a corrupted and confused young girl. As Kaye and Emily grow closer, Kaye's mother begins to suspect what she fears is the worse, that Emily's sexual prowess has corrupted her daughter. Faced with the ridicule from their peers, and the pressures of their families and conservative religious beliefs, Kaye and Emily are forced to choose between true love and the promises they've made to each other, and fitting into a society that refuses to accept them. Written by
Inspired by the real-life high school personal romance between writer-director Mia Salsi and her girlfriend Kellie, whom later committed suicide several years after their breakup. See more »
Your life isn't going to be easy Emily but think about what Kaye's going to have to go through.
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The closing credits features still photos of writer-director Mia Salsi as a teenager with her girlfriend Kellie whom later committed suicide which served as the inspiration for the film's plot. See more »
Be My Reality
Written by Lela C. Neff
Performed by Watyr See more »
I watched this film after it was recommended to me on Amazon. To begin with I looked online for some clips, and after viewing a couple that I decided were just fan videos of teenage kids reenacting their favourite scenes, I got the movie... and to my horror discovered that what I thought was a home movie by a child was the ACTUAL movie!
I couldn't endure the whole thing and gave up after about twenty minutes! Terrible acting, terrible dialogue, terrible filming, just terrible everything! I cannot stress how shockingly awful this is! I have in all honesty seen better movies in my school media studies class. This is an embarrassment!
If you're looking for a young sad lesbian movie, I would suggest Lost & Delirious.
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