Totally F... ed Up

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Gay, alienated Los Angeles teens talk about sex and complain about their lives to one another.

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Critic Reviews for Totally

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Audience Reviews for Totally

  • Jun 21, 2020
    Emotive, angsty, dreamy, nostalgic, and moving - Araki's film is a haunting snapshot of a place in time, of the pain and anxiety of the queer reality in a harsh, intolerant world.
    Matthew S Super Reviewer
  • Jun 02, 2011
    Gregg Araki's low budget, independent, vignette style experimental film has a palpable sense of anarchy. The film follows a group of gay and lesbian teenagers throughout Los Angeles. We get to know them and their experiences through a video camera.. The film is structured in about 14 chaotic segments featuring text, video clips, (fake) interviews and narrative film. The film may dip into schmaltz here and there due to the low craftsmanship and (non)actors, but it's fun, real and when it needs to be very heartfelt. The emotions and situations may be over stylized by Araki but they are at least variations on real life trials and tribulations. This is an intriguing little movie. Side note: while the DVD lists the title as "Totally Fucked Up" nowhere in the film does a title card show up, so essentially it's untitled.
    Steven C Super Reviewer
  • Nov 30, 2010
    I feel so indifferent towards this film. The only positive note I have is that I thought the style in which it was filmed and put together was unique and interesting. However, that aside, i found it all rather pointless and boring. Guess I wont be watching the sequels afterall. What did this movie teach me? Angst is annoying.
    Sarah . Super Reviewer
  • Nov 14, 2010
    Araki breaks formal narrative rules for the sake of expressing his story the way he wants to. His approach to storytelling is fascinating; aligning cohesive images and scenes without tracing a deliberate story arc. A moody, affecting, heartfelt portrayal of teenage angst.
    Mike T Super Reviewer

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