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Hayley Kiyoko: Girls Like Girls (2015)

Two teenage girls test the waters of their relationship to the disapproval of a jealous boyfriend.


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Credited cast:
Stefanie Scott ... Coley
Kelsey Asbille ... Sonya
Hayden Thompson Hayden Thompson ... Trenton
Justin Lieberman ... Best Friend
Jenny Eaton Jenny Eaton ... Girl Friend
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Caroline Kaczor Caroline Kaczor ... Party Friend
Taylor John Smith ... Party friend


Two teenage girls test the waters of their relationship to the disapproval of a jealous boyfriend.

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24 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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Kelsey Asbille also known as Kelsey Chow, Stefanie Scott, and Hayley Kiyoko all appeared on the Disney Channel. Kelsey Chow was on the show _"Pair of Kings" (2011)_, Stefanie Scott was on the show _"A.N.T. Farm" (2011)_, and Hayley Kiyoko was a lead role in the movie "Lemonade Mouth". In addition, Stefanie Scott and Hayley Kiyoko were lead roles in the movie _"Jem and the Holograms" (2015)_. See more »

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Simple enough music video that at least plays to the characters and not the sexuality
3 July 2016 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

As proof of my age I can honestly say I had never heard of Hayley Kiyoko, but an afternoon bumbling around YouTube looking for short films found this music video which also delivers a story-driven short film approach. As the title of the song and video suggests, it is about girls who like girls which, as a title, is fairly poor and sounds like a porn series. The plot sees a girl regularly catching the eye of another girl who has a boyfriend. This goes on in a playful manner for a few minutes until they maybe start to make a move, then the boyfriend turns up sparking a violent confrontation. As a story it is fairly simple but kudos to it for not going overboard on the faux lesbian side – which with 2 very attractive leads, it could easily have done this and played everything a lot more sensually. This is not to say that the film doesn't also enjoy the sexuality of its two characters but although it does enjoy the playful flirting, it doesn't feel like it is exploiting the characters.

In the end though, it is a fairly ho-hum affair. It looks good, and the pop 101 track playing wasn't offensive or bad, just unmemorable. In the same way the video is very professional, very well made, but doesn't offer a great deal to get excited by in terms of character or story.

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