Anna is a charismatic but struggling filmmaker facing a midlife crisis, having turned 40, she lives in her friend's garage in L.A., dances in a vagina costume for money, and has neither job nor girlfriend. Just when she's about to give up on both, she meets sexy post-feminist, Katia.
Director Abdellatif Kechiche’s slow-burning, liberal adaptation of Julie Maroh's graphic novel tells the tale of a young lady named Adèle who starts the story as an outwardly straight girl in high school, but whose life is changed when she encounters (and instantly falls in love with) Emma.
I Do was one of those films, which the more I think about, the more I really do think I enjoyed. Containing the perfect balance between sexiness and story line, concentrating on Jack Edwards (played by David W. Ross, of 90s boyband BAD BOY INC. fame), a British gay man living in New York City.
Heather Tobin's Route of Acceptance, was one of the biggest let downs for me during LLGFF - it gains two stars for its interesting and innovative concept, but unfortunately, it fails on virtually all other counts.