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Bitch Please by Kara Durrett

A guy surprises his feminist girlfriend with breakfast in bed. But he has other plans. He reveals the truth at 4:00…

Charlie is in love with Brie… or is he?

Director Kara Durrett and writer Lowell Meyer have crafted a witty, unexpected romantic comedy that plays with the viewers’ expectations of where exactly the love lies for the main characters.

Once the audience catches on, the situation goes towards an unpredictable direction thanks to sharp writing and deft performances, making for highly memorable laughs.

Some might see the film as a love letter, while others will see it as a cautionary tale — it all depends on how you feel about the real object of Charlie’s passion.



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