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The Missionary Position (2014) is a feature length Canadian Christian sex comedy about Jenny Stone, a 21-year-old missionary who has just moved to Toronto from small town Ontario. She lands a job working behind the snack bar at the legendary Bloor Cinema. Out on the cinema marquee one night she meets Nathan Ark, a teenage runaway who has secretly taken up residence behind the screen at the crumbling movie palace. They start to get close... maybe too close. After all, she's a Christian, and he's sixteen...Written by
OK, this is an indie production, minimal budget, unknown actors. That being said, I found it intelligent, sexy, and funny.
A mysterious and strikingly beautiful girl appears on the streets of Toronto, passing out Evangelical leaflets. After a series of circumstances, she lands a job in a cinema and gets involved with the people there. It gets out of control, but she finds her center in a way, and you learn her story. In the process, she helps a sympathetic youth and still gets in trouble.
What I enjoyed so much was that the film took me out of myself for a moment, I remembered my youth and felt free while watching it.
Recommended warmly. The director writer may really have some talent.
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