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In this eccentric all-female romantic comedy, charismatic filmmaker Anna faces a midlife crisis. She has neither job nor girlfriend, and lives in her friend's garage in Los Angeles. Just when she's about to throw in the towel, she meets Katia, who becomes her muse, inspiring her to write and direct an all-female remake of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Surrounded by beautiful women as cast and crew, including Guinevere Turner in a tour-de-force performance, Carrie Preston, and gorgeous ingénue Agnes Olech as her smitten cinematographer, Anna destroys everything to get to the bottom of what is truly stopping her from love and life.Written by
Stylistically beautiful, funny, and WEIRD (in a good way!)
Cool to see the manic pixie dream girl from a lesbian point of view! This film is stylistically very interesting, well shot, beautiful production design/costume design. It's fun, funny and weird. The director/star is unique and lovable, and it pulls on the heartstrings if you've ever known you're SO GOOD for somebody, but they're hung up on the idea of someone else. Watch it!
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