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A terrific follow-up to The Year My Voice Broke, Flirting is a teen movie worth watching, thanks to emotionally engaging performances and an endearing script. Read critic reviews

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In this sequel to "The Year My Voice Broke," Danny Embling (Noah Taylor) leaves home to attend an all-male boarding school. An all-female prep school is located nearby, and, over a series of joint social activities, Embling falls under the spell of one of its more freethinking students: Thandiwe Adjewa (Thandie Newton), who comes from Uganda. But their quietly developing romance is threatened by racial prejudice and Danny's awkwardness in affairs of the heart.

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Critic Reviews for Flirting

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  • Apr 30, 2012
    Wow, this was a really great coming-of-age story that has all the elements that you would want from this type of movie. I've seen Noah Taylor here and there (I think I remember him from the Willy Wonka remake with Johnny Depp), but I had no idea that he had this type of talent. A really great, heartwarming movie about love, and growing up. I think I might love this movie a little bit.
    Jared H Super Reviewer
  • Jun 26, 2011
    Charming and entertaining, Flirting, have a captivating script, acting and a good direction that make the audience watch Duigan's movie from the beginning to his end. Fresh.
    Lucas M Super Reviewer
  • May 31, 2011
    Funny and touching, this is the most credible story I have seen about girls trapped in boarding school, While it's one of those awful Catholic schools, which is not something in my experience, the personalities depicted in this film come closest to reminding me of my own experiences. After a tremendous build--up of sexual anticipation however, both for the two central characters, and vicariously, for the viewer, the way the second girl loses her cherry in the end is sordid, cheap and anti-anticlimactical. While it might be realistic for some girls, it wasn't believable that she would have chosen to do it this way given all that it meant to her.
    Pamela D Super Reviewer
  • May 01, 2011
    I didn't really get it. I didn't feel the adolescent pains.
    Jennifer X Super Reviewer

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