In this tale of art imitating life, a liberal arts college girl is so distracted by the tortured pseudo-romance she’s carrying on with a dorm mate that elements of it begin to creep into her screenplay-in-process.
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A lot more experimental than Tiny Furniture, which I liked a lot. The relation between the silly screenplay and the "actual" events is very witty and ends at a moving note. I think I prefer this to Tiny Furniture but that might be because I'm in college right now.
What's extraordinary about this film is that it isn't completely unwatchable, even though by all known calculations it should be. Low-grade excruciating, yes, but a solidly legitimate use of the medium.