Still a stranger to her own body, a high school student discovers she has a physical advantage when she becomes the object of male violence... a certain adaptation to her female body part with some bite.
Playful, fresh, graphic and very original... this a black comedy at it's finest. It's a b-movie that feels fresh out of the 50s with a nice feminist spin and it's very entertaining when not taken too seriously... and how could you take this seriously? It does have a bit of a moral compass towards teen urges, but it's far from preachy. In fact it's more of a satire of such.
Jess Weixler stars as the unfortunate, or fortunate depending on your point of view, young lady and she's fantastic as at first innocent and naive, before being a victim of sorts to all the male predators (and pretty much every male in the movie is portrayed as such, which is a little annoying) and finally playing more of a woman who knows what she wants and how to get it.
And while this film surely sounds offense to most and not the type of subject matter you could really find funny, I'm sure it's a fine date movie... for the ladies. It might be awkward but you're not going to lose interest.
And ladies, if you've just be recently wronged or dumped by a man, go rent this now. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wince, you'll cheer. But I think you'll mostly cheer.
This has cult classic potential.