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Part coming of age story, and part murder mystery, this delightful light comedy brims with thoughtful dialogue and memorable performances.
These characters don't need cell phones to communicate, or to figure the world out on their own terms.
Making mistakes is a normal part of life.
Tavi Gevinson all but steals the movie as Wendy, a young woman whose only two sexual experiences (with other girls), make her "not a virgin," and not necessarily a lesbian, considering that she has yet to experience sex with a boy, but yearns to share such intimacy.
Abbi Jacobson's Claire tries her hand at being a newspaper reporter under Michael Cera's Heavy Metal-loving editor Phil. The media is not your friend.
But the film's best-kept secret is Bene Coopersmith's underplayed portrayal of a Jazz-loving vinyl collector who gets into a fix over a rare Charlie Parker record while coming to terms with romance.
Hollywood doesn't do character-driven movies anymore, so it's especially heartwarming to see Dustin Guy Defa doing the heavy lifting.
Great script, great performances, great soundtrack, and great editing — you can find many angles of inspiration from this overlooked winner.
Settle in for a refreshing date night movie. You won't be disappointed.
Not Rated. 84 mins.