Diary of a Teenage Girl



i just felt i have a flair when choosing a film to watched, coming of age. I dont know for some reason why it always drawn on me to watch it. Even books!  So this movie is about a 15 year old girl who fell in love with her mother’s boyfriend. They slept together and the girl’s life turn upside down after her mother finally figured it out. But life is fair when love prevails. Forget that fellas. i found this picture a little disturbing but not so disgusting given by its plot. so here’s my proper review;

Set in the 1970s to a culture of sex obsession, usually girl at that age longs for love, acceptance and sense of purpose in the world. Minnie, a not so 15-year-old-body actress is bold enough to portray such character and her supple breast is what gets me everytime it flashes to the screen (how professional). Taking into account such curiousness among teenagers, the pivotal of losing her V-card is what awakens her deepest desire to be touch, to be free and to be loved! Because of her want to be loved, this particular scene when a guy finally said he love her is almost climatic in the sense that under drugs, nothing good will spring. Already on the border of becoming a nymph,  Minnie surprisingly found a link to her inner self-discovery.

Technically speaking i found myself wondering how to live and be a teenager in the 70s given that you only have gadgets like typewriter, audio recording, mixtapes, bell telephones, polaroids and doodles. it was so classic! By the way Minnie’s editor inspiration is in fact a real one and this movie is based from her novel. Check this out.




About larrythess

Move to Dubai from Abu Dhabi. Currently working as Financial Accountant. My profession never tells me who i am until i fangirl, read books, watch movies and do long night preppy talks over the internet. My ultimate dream is to own an empire. char! Began writing personal journals since 2000, eventually open this blog to publish the torn pages. Memories are my foods and I’d like to think that i have words smartly uttered.
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