Our Rating: ★★★★☆
L Factor: Lesbian Film
Short Take: A coming of age comedy about a young woman who finds her voice in radical feminist politics.
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Year: 2007
Duration: 87 min
Language: USA/English
MPAA: Not Rated
Director: Jamie Babbit
Writer: Jamie Babbit, Tina Mabry
Starring: Clea DuVall, Melanie Lynskey, Melonie Diaz, Nicole Vicius, Daniela Sea, Deak Evgenikos, Lauren Mollica, Guinevere Turner, Carly Pope, Melanie Mayron, Ana Mercedes, Cecile Rivore, Marisa Ramirez, Ruben Garfias, Leslie Grossman, Jimmi Simpson, Mircea Monroe

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Itty Bitty Titty CommitteeJamie Babbit (But I’m a Cheerleader, ‘The L Word’) has a hit on her hands with this refreshing coming of age comedy about a young woman who finds her voice in radical feminist politics. Their youthful enthusiasm for defeating the patriarchy will likely resonate with many of us who spent our young adulthoods in the streets, making art and music, or debating the issues in academia.

Anna (Melonie Diaz) lives at home with her parents and works as a receptionist at a plastic surgery clinic specializing in breast enhancement. After work one night, she observes Sadie (Nicole Vicius) spray painting the office windows with a message from the C(I)A, Clits in Action. Anna ends up joining the group, participating in their guerrilla actions and becoming a student of feminist theory.

Life is never the same again! She soon falls in love with Sadie, which is a little complicated, since Sadie lives with her partner Courtney (Melanie Mayron, ‘thirtysomething’), the much older leader of a mainstream feminist organization. Others in the group include Shuli (Carly Pope), Meat (Deak Evgenikos) and Aggie (Lauren Mollica), sometimes joined by Laurel (Jenny Shimizu, The New Women, Foxfire) and Calvin (Daniela Sea, Shortbus, ‘The L Word’). Guinevere Turner also appears as a reporter, and Clea DuVall and Melanie Lynskey (both in But I’m a Cheerleader) cameo. It’s great to see a lesbian romantic comedy that is also a political film. Produced by POWER UP. (AB)