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Jane Wants a Boyfriend (2015)

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Jane Wants a Boyfriend is a movie starring Louisa Krause, Gabriel Ebert, and Eliza Dushku. A young woman with Asperger's tries to find her first boyfriend with a little help from her older sister.



(as Jarret F. Kerr)
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Credited cast:
... Jane
... Jack
... Bianca
... Mom
... Father
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lindsay Arber ... Peaseblossom
... Audience Member (as Salvatore Ardisi)
... Rob
... Steve
... Laughing Woman
... Jose
... Gyp
Greg Keller ... Paul
Benj Mirman ... Friend 1
... Mustardseed


Inspired by real life events, the film explores a week in the life of Jane, a young costume designer working as an intern on an exciting theater piece. Despite dealing with the everyday challenges of being on the autism spectrum she takes action to enlists her sister Bianca to help her find her very first boyfriend. As Jane goes on some very eye-opening first dates, Bianca realizes that, at the end of the day, we all deserve to be loved. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

25 March 2016 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Джейн хочет бойфренда  »

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Did You Know?


Rob says Jane has Asperger syndrome like Raymond Babbitt from Rain Man (1988). Raymond actually has Savant syndrome. See more »


Jane: You really shouldn't do that, it's bad for you. And it's illegal to smoke indoors in the State of New York.
Jack: I've heard that. I've also heard that cookies make your butt fat.
Jane: Well, I'd rather have a big cookie butt than be dead.
Jack: Yeah, because then you could eat your own big cookie butt.
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References Taxi Driver (1976) See more »


Written by Kevin Olken Henthorn
Performed by Stone Cold Fox
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Really Enjoyed
1 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this film. I feel that it was both well written and well acted. The writing and the acting share a common quality. The quality is lack of pretension. The writing deals with a real and increasingly common problem in an unpretentious way, and the acting does the same. Because of this, the film is engaging, endearing, and --most importantly-- moving. I learned from this film. I grew from this film, and, at the risk of being pretentious myself, I would say that I am a better person because of this film. It is indeed easy to lose touch with the normal emotional needs and abilities of people who are emotionally challenged. What hits me so hard is that this one problem can serve as powerful paradigm for all of the foolish insensitivity we may have to others because of our callous and simple-minded generalization and categorization of our fellow humans.

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