A woman struggling with insecurity wakes from a fall believing she is the most beautiful and capable woman on the planet. Her new confidence empowers her to live fearlessly, but what happens when she realizes her appearance never changed?
Stephanie is a single mother with a parenting vlog who befriends Emily, a secretive upper-class woman who has a child at the same elementary school. When Emily goes missing, Stephanie takes it upon herself to investigate.
In I FEEL PRETTY a woman who struggles with feelings of deep insecurity and low self-esteem, that hold her back everyday, wakes from a brutal fall in an exercise class believing she is suddenly a supermodel. With this newfound confidence she is empowered to live her life fearlessly and flawlessly, but what will happen when she realizes her appearance never changed?Written by
The film's titles in various Latin American countries translate to "Sexy by Accident". See more »
After Renee hits her head in the shower, falls unconscious and wakes up on the floor, blood is seen to have come out of her temple. The blood is running down along her face, and staining her shirt collar. Since she fell down quickly after hitting her head, the blood should have been running toward the back of her head. See more »
[Standing naked in the doorway]
Just thought I'd give you a sneak peek.
I'm not sure you know what sneak peek means. You're completely naked.
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Director's tandem "In active search" Abby Kon / Mark Silverstein releases a slightly straight-line tape about the hard share of a woman in the Big City.
Lonely girl Renee (Amy Schumer) working as a sysadmin in a company that produces elite cosmetics. Her job is to maintain the site. Her office is a closet in the basement. Her only employee is "IT in a vacuum" Mason (Adrian Martinez). Her weight is above normal. Its forms are not ideal. Her closest friends are the same lonely matrons. Its prospects are vague, and the future ... What is the future? ..
But one day the Universe rewards Renee with a blow to the simulator, after which the main character, without changing externally, changes internally. Now she sincerely thinks of herself as a "bugini", turning others into her faith.
"Pretty woman on the whole head" is a theater of one actress. 36-year-old Amy Schumer already once again gets used to the role of a girl with typical teenage problems, devilishly skillfully transforming the nuances of her non-model appearance into a concentrated bunch of positive energy. Sumer groped for her niche, clearly defined her audience and now, without sputtering, sends that fervent greeting.
The trailer "Pretty Woman" creates a more repulsive impression at the expense of scenes taken out of context, when the "bugini" starts up in all serious ones, exposing their bodies to the show.
In fact, the full meter turned out to be much more kind, warm and places really ridiculous. And the wild dances shown in the video, in the outline of the whole timing, acquire a completely different color. In the active picture we also enter the love line, touchingly played by the tamer of Sumer-Skovel.
Full self-irony tape sends its viewers an unambiguous message that you need to love yourself here and now. Despite the fact that the surrounding reality crushes someone with established canons, and a glossy instagramchik every day makes him pinch his side in search of extra kilos. This world will love you right after you love yourself.
Unfortunately, in a noble attempt to convey the main idea to the masses, the authors often swim for buoys, and they are demolished by a storm of frank, straightforward moralizing. Omitting the two-hour effort of Amy Schumer, which is laid out in the "Beauty" for 100%, the writers for some reason attribute to the hero whole sermons that closer to the final credits can spoil the impression of the picture.
In general, "Pretty woman on the whole head" - a good comedy with a positive mood. It is recommended for viewing, both to couples, and to those who have not yet grown fond of themselves enough.
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