The Truth About Jane

The Truth About Jane

Jane, a high school teenager, tries to deal with the discovery that she is a lesbian after developing an intense friendship with another girl who makes her discover her true sexuality, which is only the start of Jane's troubles when Jane's unaccepting mother, Janice, struggles with her surprising revelation of brought forth by her only daughter.

A high-school girl's first sexual experience is with another girl, and, along with her first broken heart, she must deal with her mother's reaction to her revelation that she is a lesbian and with ostracism at school. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lynnette O (mx) wrote: Just WASTED 1hr 30mins of my life watching this BS.. =.=

Jo G (kr) wrote: Worst thing I've ever seen!! I felt like I was robbed 1:38 hours of my life

Tyler J (ca) wrote: Wonderfully funny and intriguing. The characters are believe in how they perceive the world through the eyes of a subway.

Huw G (ca) wrote: Psychological thriller and character study. Not completely successful blurring of fantasy and reality, but fairly intriguing for what it could have been.

Nicholas A (ag) wrote: I remember seeing this when it first came out and being really impressed. Watched it again last night and it still stands up well. The ending was quite gut-wrenching and a few cameos from future soap stars were amusing. Not bad

Charlie G (it) wrote: DC just loves embarrassing themselves.

Kris C (au) wrote: Terrible horror intended for a drive-in audience as the twist at the end relies upon it, but it is shit anyway. Some of the death scenes are bloody funny though (see what I did there using the word 'bloody', clever isn't it!)

gary t (mx) wrote: WOW.....WOW....SUCH AN ENJOYABLE MOVIE 2 WATCH WITH SUCH A FANTASTIC CAST THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE IT IS SUCH A FANTASTIC MOVIE 2 WATCH WITH SUCH A BRILLIANT CAST THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT SOME SCENES THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE....... ITS GOT SUCH A FANTASTIC SOUNDTRACK THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE IT IS SUCH A BRILLIANT MOVIE 2 WATCH WITH A BRILLIANT CAST THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE........ the real-life twins and former Playboy Playmates Mary and Madeleine Collinson.It is the third film of The Karnstein Trilogy, based on the vampire tale Carmilla by Sheridan Le Fanu. The film has the least resemblance to the novel and adds a witchfinding theme to the vampire story. Much of the interest of the film revolves around the contrasting evil and good natures of two beautiful sisters, Frieda and Maria Gellhorn. Unlike the previous two entries in the series, this film contains only a brief vampire lesbian element.Some considered the film a prequel to The Vampire Lovers and Lust for a Vampire.Ingrid Pitt was offered the part of Countess Mircalla but refused.The same sets were used for Vampire Circus.Harvey Hall and Kirsten Lindholm appear in all three films of the trilogy, although in different roles in each one. Peter Cushing also played one of the leads in the first, The Vampire Lovers. (A part was written for Cushing in the second film, but he dropped out of the production due to the illness of his wife. The role was taken over by Ralph Bates.) Luan Peters, who plays a small role in this film, also appeared in the second film, Lust for a Vampire, as did Judy Matheson.The original film included a short scene, which is now edited out, in which the evil twin approaches her uncle. The scene is out of place as their uncle is busy burning the other sister; somehow he teleports back home and the evil twin gives him a show. Cut out for American audiences and possibly to maintain story line continuity, the original scene was aired on public television in the 1980s

Emma W (us) wrote: A-Mazing, great version of Hamlet, watch it with the captions on though, so as not to miss anything. Must watch it again i think i missed some of the conversations.

Clifford H (de) wrote: To learn how to shoot a film, is to watch a John Ford film. Always angularity. Always avoiding the center.

Darrin C (es) wrote: I actually agree with the critics this time. This is one of L & H's best. They are upbeat and ready to make us laugh hard with quite a bit of action thrown in this one.

Steve N (us) wrote: Some solid action, plot was good.

Barney o (ca) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: The past three Harry Potter films have been crying out for a proper high-stakes story that tests these great characters, and they finally found it in 'The Goblet of Fire.' Yes thanks to a well constructed mystery-driven plot filled with lots of tense adventure, this film is far more able to engage and excite and there are fewer unneccessary tangents to go on. As such, this is without doubt the perfect time to have our cast at this greater age as they're far more able to fill the shoes a more in-depth adventure requires.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It has to be said that on an aesthetic and spectacle level, it's far less pleasing than Michael Seresin and Alfonso Cuaron's efforts.VERDICT: Finally a properly exciting, engaging and adventurous journey for these great characters. This was much deserved.

Rendan L (ru) wrote: Sleepy Hollow entertains and mildly intrigues without being thoroughly involving. Grade: C-