An androgynous, lesbian actress, shaves her head, propelling her into a battle with her masculine and feminine sides in a humorous and twisted journey of self-discovery.
" What makes this film even more unique and flat out entertaining is the genius utilization of a famous film series’ character to become the basis for Jane’s monologue, making it equally hilarious, sincere and soul-stirring, and a bit mad to watch unfold. No matter your beliefs about alternative lifestyles, this is a story about self-discovery as a human being."
"Messier, who also served as producer on the project, is an absolute treasure in her role as Jane, a gay woman finally realizing she has some issues to discuss with herself and hence put some inward storms to rest once and for all. Watching how innocently it all starts via choosing to shave her head, to the haphazard application of eyeliner, to the ensuing “confrontation” which occurs, it’s a fantastically grounded argument she encounters, with all the other frolicsome, even mischievous, moments intermixed throughout it all. But it is the integrity and openness on display with Jane’s character that Messier embodies so well, whether portraying subtle pauses or overt exuberance, and it is pure joy to witness. Facial expression and body language reigns here as well, again superbly enacted by the actress."
-OneFilmFan Dichotomy Review by Kirk Fernwood
"If others watch this and are not moved, they are Assholes." -Victor Trevino
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