Everything Relative (1996)
Average Rating: 4.9/10
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A group of women reunite for a weekend of fun and bittersweet reflection in this drama, which has been described as a lesbian version of The Big Chill. Katie (Stacey Nelkin) was a member of a leftist street theater and political action group in the early '70s, and 14 years later, she and her lover Victoria (Monica Bell) invite several of their old friends, some of whom they haven't seen in 14 years, to celebrate the bris of their son Daniel (Katie was artificially inseminated, using sperm
Sep 13, 1996 Wide
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A poor imitation of The Big Chill--lesbian style--poorly executed and schematically written.
Recalling The Return of the Secaucus Seven rather than the more expensive but more superficial The Big Chill, Everything Relative is one of the best lesbian films yet.
With no distinct storyline or one strong individual character to lead the way, the film comes to feel patched together.
This lesbian film belongs to the reunion genre--like Return of the Secaucus Seven--but is not much fun.
How could you not like a film which features Harvey Fierstein as a moyl with two-pierced ears? You simply can't.
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