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A teenage girl, distraught from her vain attempt to connect with her estranged mother, resorts to cutting herself. When she develops an online relationship with an older woman, she learns to accept her sexuality and the endless solitude of sprawling suburbia.Written by
Watching this film I was, personally, disappointed a lot. It is common knowledge that the fundamental qualification for somebody to be in a movie, theater etc is to actually be able to act. Nicole, being role model herself, has zero acting knowledge! It is a major fault, according to my humble opinion, to give the leading role to someone who has no experience, and it seems more like a tragedy to do it when that "somebody" is really clueless about the whole acting thing. It is more than most clear that the leading character "Ashley" was not understood by the actress, she obviously didn't do her "homework"! Other than the terrible acting, it seems as if somebody made that movie within a week time. Rome wasn't built within 7 days, they say, and doing things in such a way is really repulsive to the audience, due to the fact that it shows disrespect. Overall, this movie was like my morning coffee, only cold. Yep, you expect it to be really hot and to warm up your hands, the smell to crawl into your nose, but a huge cold cup of coffee comes in and you're only left with a "nuh" and a sigh.
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