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Imitation Girl

Imitation Girl (2017) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  84m  •    •  Directed by: Natasha Kermani.  •  Starring: Lauren Ashley Carter, Lewis Black, Adam David Thompson, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Sanam Erfani, Kevin O'Rourke, Catherine Mary Stewart, Kellie Overbey, Stefanie Woodburn, Neimah Djourabchi, Brian Morvant, William Wakeland, Christopher Watson.  •  Music by: Kevin Hufnagel, Natasha Kermani.
      A mysterious girl appears in the middle of a southwestern desert. As she acclimates to her new life, she discovers that she has a twin.

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Struggling artists and broken down characters... it will not be easy to completely sympathize with the main character (one of them that is) and it has not so much to do with the profession she "chose" for herself, but rather the way she aims to reach her goals. But then again, if you don't have a flawed protagonist, where would the friction be? In this case, we get an added bonus of a different path... The main actress has quite some baggage to carry.

Strong female characters (with as mentioned before flaws, but nevertheless) are not that common in film, so it is refreshing to see this. And while the script may feel unfocused at points, the story is so weird and out there... no pun intended. But it does make up for it for sure. If you like slow pacing drama, with small Science Fiction and social issues fragments woven into it..


Review by kosmasp from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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