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Wednesday, Aug 2, 2023 8:00 PM
Post-screening discussion with Nashville student filmmakers and activists.
Dir. Maria Maggenti | USA | 1995 | 94 min. | R | Digital
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General Admission General Admission - $12.50
General Admission Senior - $10.50
General Admission Child - $10.50
General Admission Military/K-12 Teacher (w/ID) - $10.50
General Admission Group Sale - $11.50

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Part of Queer Qlassics

Randy is a rebellious, working class tomboy who works at a gas station. Evie is smart, well-off and poised to be a second-generation academic. Staged against a backdrop that could be anywhere in rural America, Maggenti’s film is about teens from opposite sides of the track who form an unlikely romance — and discover themselves in the chaos and delight of first awakenings. The film breaks from mid-’90s cinematic conventions — when there was no other such pairing of the narratively universal with adolescent lesbian experience. TWO GIRLS IN LOVE is a pioneering, uplifting and affirming work of queer cinema — made by a lesbian, for lesbians (and everyone else, too).

“Sensitive, funny, sweet and intelligently written.” —Curve Magazine

“Firmly plants itself in a small Southern town…[telling] a story that quietly communicates the truth about how queer ladies are everywhere.” —Lisa Lamen, Collider