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The adventures of lesbian space aliens on the planet Earth, and the story of the romance between Jane, a shy greeting card store employee, and Zoinx, the woman Jane does not realize is from outer-space. Meanwhile, two government agents, or 'Men In Black, ' are closely tracking Jane and the aliens while harboring their own secrets.Written by
Caught this at the Provincetown film festival. It's in black and white and a parody of old 1950s sci-fi movies. It deals with the adventures of space aliens on Earth. It mostly concentrates on the relationship between lesbian Jane (Lisa Haas) and one of the female aliens.
I won't lie--I saw this just because of the title:) At first I loved it. I laughed long and loud through the first half--but was dead silent through the second half. Basically ALL the jokes you can think of with that plot (and title) are exhausted and then the movie has nowhere to go. Also I STILL can't figure out what the subplot of the two government agents has to do with anything. Still this movie is not a washout. There's some truly beautiful black and white cinematography here so there's always something to look at. Also actress Haas was just great in her role. And, as I said, I had a great time for half the movie. So I give it a marginal recommendation.
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