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Olivia - 9th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic at Liberty State Park - Liberty State Park, New Jersey, United States - Saturday 4th June 2016

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Olivia - 2016 Film Independent Spirit Awards held at Santa Monica Beach - Arrivals at Independent Spirit Awards - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 27th February 2016

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Vanessa Hudgens wearing Alice and Olivia - Broadway musical opening night after party for Gigi held at Tavern On the Green - Arrivals. at Tavern On the Green, - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 9th April 2015

Vanessa Hudgens Wearing Alice and Olivia
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Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week - Alice + Olivia Fall/Winter 2015 fashion presentation at 15 East 27th St, New York Fashion Week - New York, New York, United States - Monday 16th February 2015

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Mercedes-benz New York Fashion, Week, Alice and Olivia
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Mercedes-benz New York Fashion, Week, Alice and Olivia

Roslyn Ruff wearing Alice and Olivia - Opening Night After Party for Broadway's "All The Way", held at Rockefeller Plaza - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Friday 7th March 2014

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Roslyn Ruff Wearing Alice and Olivia

Somersault Review


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Despite its title, Cate Shortland's Somersault has no impressive feats of gymnastic ability in its 105 minutes. Instead, we are treated to another story of a young woman discovering both love and sexuality, while also learning the crucial differences between them. My Summer of Love, an impassioned, but wholly contrived film that debuted earlier this year, looked at these events in the face of a young lesbian (bisexual?) relationship. Shortland goes for the straight and narrow.

Heidi (Abbie Cornish) is a naïve teen who lives with her mom and her boyfriend. Before your mind starts flopping around in the gutter, no, the boyfriend does not molest her and he is not an abusive drunk. One morning, after her mom leaves, Heidi comes onto the boyfriend and they begin to kiss, right as Heidi's mom, Nicole (Olivia Pigeot) comes back in to catch them. Quickly, Heidi runs off to the town of Jindabyne, where she shacks up with a local yuppie for a place to stay. Second night, she meets the mysterious and handsome Joe (Sam Worthington), who takes her back to a hotel where they have at it, like we all know they will. Heidi makes friends with the hotel manager Irene (Lynette Curran) and takes a job at the local gas station with Bianca (Hollie Andrew), a strange, presumptuous woman around Heidi's age. The film mainly consists of Heidi trying to keep these relationships in check and trying to make a life out of the nothing that she has.

Continue reading: Somersault Review

Somersault Review


OK
Despite its title, Cate Shortland's Somersault has no impressive feats of gymnastic ability in its 105 minutes. Instead, we are treated to another story of a young woman discovering both love and sexuality, while also learning the crucial differences between them. My Summer of Love, an impassioned, but wholly contrived film that debuted earlier this year, looked at these events in the face of a young lesbian (bisexual?) relationship. Shortland goes for the straight and narrow.

Heidi (Abbie Cornish) is a naïve teen who lives with her mom and her boyfriend. Before your mind starts flopping around in the gutter, no, the boyfriend does not molest her and he is not an abusive drunk. One morning, after her mom leaves, Heidi comes onto the boyfriend and they begin to kiss, right as Heidi's mom, Nicole (Olivia Pigeot) comes back in to catch them. Quickly, Heidi runs off to the town of Jindabyne, where she shacks up with a local yuppie for a place to stay. Second night, she meets the mysterious and handsome Joe (Sam Worthington), who takes her back to a hotel where they have at it, like we all know they will. Heidi makes friends with the hotel manager Irene (Lynette Curran) and takes a job at the local gas station with Bianca (Hollie Andrew), a strange, presumptuous woman around Heidi's age. The film mainly consists of Heidi trying to keep these relationships in check and trying to make a life out of the nothing that she has.

Continue reading: Somersault Review

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