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Girls' View 2
Girls' View 2
Actors: Diana Cignoni, Meeghan Holaway, Jess Barnden, Liz Gladwyn, Niki Nielsen
Director: Laura Black;Amy Bronson;Peter Scobie;Kelly Carpenter;Georgia Versluys
Genres: Drama, Gay & Lesbian
UR     2009     1hr 17min

Alluvial presents Girls View 2, another collection of award-winning lesbian-themed short films. The Rules — Kyla, a lonely bored housewife embarks on a phone sex game with Melanie, a mysterious woman. Kyla wants the relati...  more »

     
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Actors: Diana Cignoni, Meeghan Holaway, Jess Barnden, Liz Gladwyn, Niki Nielsen
Director: Laura Black;Amy Bronson;Peter Scobie;Kelly Carpenter;Georgia Versluys
Genres: Drama, Gay & Lesbian
Sub-Genres: Drama, Gay & Lesbian
Studio: Alluvial
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 06/16/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 1hr 17min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 4
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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A New Collection of Lesbian Shorts
Amos Lassen | Little Rock, Arkansas | 06/02/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Girls' View 2"

A New Collection of Lesbian Shorts

Amos Lassen

"Girls' View 2" is a new collection of award winning lesbian short films and it is coming to us from Alluvial. Dealing with the themes of isolation, self-acceptance, trust, friendship, love and relationships, there is something here for everyone.
"The Rules" is about a lonely, bored housewife, Kyla who has become involved in a phone sex game with a mysterious woman, Melanie. Klya would like to have the relationship go further but Melanie refuses. When Kyla suggests ending the relationship altogether, Melanie suggests pushing the boundaries. As the fame gets wilder, both women learn some rules that should never be broken. Directed, written and produced by Laura Black, this film has gone on to win seven awards and it is a film that is completely different, a well crafted thriller.
"Duke" has been a finalist in two film festivals. It opens with two girls kissing in a pool and goes on to look at isolation, trust and self-acceptance. It also looks at the issue of fear.
"Backstroke" is the tale of Rome and Julie who find themselves in the same psychiatric ward a month after their relationship ended. Julie thought that Rome was dead but discovers that she is alive and has amnesia and no memory of their past relationship. As the film continues we see what caused their relationship to end and Julie learns to live and deal with the past and its consequences in the present. The film has won two awards and has been excellently received.
"Licorice" is about two lost souls, Julie, an obnoxious and deprived 15 year old who meets Nicole, 28, who just broke up with her boyfriend. Together they explore New South Wales. They form a fast friendship as they discover the area and each other and we see that there are worlds out there that have not yet been explored.
Finally, we have "Snap", an Australian film about a girl's life that is turned inside-out when a chance meeting changes her life. She must decide whether to accept her feelings or deny them for the sake of acceptance.
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