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Women and Sometimes Men (2017)

Women... and Sometimes Men (original title)
TV-14 | | Drama, Romance | 5 June 2018 (USA)
Sara has some questions. Engaged for one day, she decides to call off her marriage. Quirky and beautiful, she is working on being bold. Having had a short relationship with a woman in ... See full summary »

Director:

Lesley Demetriades

Writers:

Matthew Holtzclaw, Liz Iacuzzi (revisions) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tasha Ames ... Sara
Lesley Demetriades ... Penelope
James K. Fulater ... Jerry
Abe Goldfarb ... Ben
Catie Humphreys ... Eve
Ali Levin Ali Levin ... Cici
Nikki Lowe ... Rhonda
Caitlin Mahoney Caitlin Mahoney ... Herself
Rodrigo Marques Rodrigo Marques ... Fabio
Lindsey McKeon ... Ali
Jacob Mondry Jacob Mondry ... Himself
Jennifer Parkhill ... Melora
Sergi Robles ... Theo
Alyssa Rossman Alyssa Rossman ... Jelena Kyle
Paula Rossman ... Susan
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Sara has some questions. Engaged for one day, she decides to call off her marriage. Quirky and beautiful, she is working on being bold. Having had a short relationship with a woman in college, Sara seeks that feeling again. How can she have a woman's touch without giving up men entirely? This question launches Sara on a bittersweet journey filled with self discovery, sexual awakening, beautiful women and sometimes men. Written by Matthew Holtzclaw

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Drama | Romance

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TV-14

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USA

Language:

English

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5 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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Srjcochrane is full of it
13 October 2018 | by MichelleyyDeeSee all my reviews

For those who aren't completely close-minded or choose not to worship antiquated societal views, this movie may be your cup of tea. As a bisexual woman, this movie was a breath of fresh air for me. For once a character's bisexuality was played with raw honesty, and wasn't overly sexualized or created for the male gaze. The lead actress conveyed the fear and awkwardness of exploring something new to her excellently. Sure some of the dialogue wasn't true to life. However, it's hard to sum up the feeling of knowing that what you want goes against norm and quite possibly your own beliefs and emotions without some long-winded monologues thrown in.


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