A teenager's arrival in a small community causes waves in this black comedy from writer/director Mike Goldbach. After the sudden death of her mother, street-smart 17-year-old Caroline Wexler (Kat Dennings) moves to a small town where her father has a new job. Bored with her new classmates and eager for excitement, Caroline decides to seduce one of her teachers, Mr Anderson (Josh Lucas), who, although wary at first, soon finds himself under the teenager's spell. Things start to get complicated, however, when one of her classmates, Thurston (Reece Thompson), also falls for her charms, triggering a love triangle, much to the annoyance of the jealous Mr Anderson.
i was totally into this canadian indie film! it's full to the brim of every kind of indie-ness you can imagine. awesome indie soundtrack. brilliantly shot with healthy doses of all that gorgeous indie washed-out, shooting-into-the-sun style. it's a story that's quirky, funny, heartwarming, a little wrong, dramatic and dark—and manages to blend it all with great success. and kat dennings is awesome :) and the supporting cast is also awesome. and the writing is awesome. i like how it's officially described as "juno as re-imagined by david lynch (creator of twin peaks) or a funnier, sunnier donnie darko". however despite my glowing praise for it, i can understand why this got mixed reviews and might not be everyone's cup of tea.
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