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Monday, June 9, 2014
(2013) Caroline And Jackie
Independent, plot less movie written and directed by Adam Christian Clark starring two very close sisters by the names of Caroline and Jackie played by Marguerite Moreau and Bitsie Tulloch. What was expected to be was a formal visit from Caroline celebrating her birthday with her sister Jackie and her boyfriend at her house who in turn became sidetracked to celebrate it with other people at a nearby restaurant. And upon everybody coming back to Jackie's house again, her sister Caroline started to humiliate her right on front of people with negative assumptions made about her, that Jackie is an alcoholic and a bulimic who's addicted to medication. But as the movie is progressing, and as it turns out, it's Caroline who's really the nut job.
If viewers were to watch this, one is going to expect many improvised pointless babblings happening throughout about eating and drinking more, as well as lighting some fireworks. I was also incapable to understand how some of the worst things are said about Jackie the person, and then when viewers do see her, she is the total opposite of all the bad things said about her, that she's an alcoholic, and a bulimic as well as a person who is addicted to drugs. This is a perfect example of a movie that's contradicted itself. I mean, even Jackie's live-in boyfriend actually believes she is all of those bad things- how is this possible? Bitsie Tulloch as Caroline is great in this movie, but this movie doesn't do anything for her.
2 out of 4 stars
Intense, dramatic story focused on two sisters and their complex relationship. Smart ensemble cast and beautifully shot.
fucked up sibling love. implico um pouco com o tipo de final, conclusão que esse tipo de filme apresenta.