- Actores: Allison McAtee, Sarah Stouffer, Katherine Ann McGregor
- Directores: Fernanda Cardoso
- Formato: Importación
- Audio: Inglés
- Subtítulos: Inglés
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación FSK: Desconocido. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
- Estudio: TLA Releasing
- Duración: 83 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
- ASIN: B0051FOQB8
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº46.574 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Bloomington [DVD] [Reino Unido]
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With echoes of lesbian hit Loving Annabelle, Bloomington takes student/teacher relations to sexy new heights in this riveting and fresh drama. Jackie, a 22-year-old child star, leaves her Californian roots behind in a bid to gain a sense of normality and independence after her long-running TV show is suddenly cancelled. During her first days at a mid-west college Jackie meets the gorgeous Catherine Stark, a mysterious teacher with an infamous lady-killer reputation. In spite of warnings, Jackie quickly falls for her teacher s seductive charm and the two outsiders begin an intensely passionate relationship. Through the course of the school year the couple s bond grows stronger until Jackie is faced with the chance to audition for a feature film version of her now defunct television show forcing her to choose between her public façade and controversial relationship. This multi-award-winning and undeniably sexy drama is set to be a sure-fire staple in modern lesbian cinema.
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Be warned: The Bads contain major plot points so don't read if you don't want to know about them.
- beautiful and talented actresses, especially in the form of one Allison McAtee. I'd never seen her in anything before but my goodness, she is "'Da Hawtness". Just flawless, classic beauty, with the acting chops and voice to match. I could have turned off the screen and just listened to her deliver lines. It was especially effective in the first intimate scene between Jackie and Catherine where she's taking control and leading Jackie through it. That's the stuff fantasies are made of. :)
- Casual treatment of sexuality. It's not clear whether or not either character is lesbian or bi or whatever, and we never have to have that self-discovery trek that happens sometimes. It was nice to just feel like these were two people who were attracted to each other and went with it. Done.
- Sex scenes were fantastic. I know others have written that they were disappointed with the lack of flesh and explicitness. I for one thought the way they portrayed those scenes were hot because of that reason. Some dark lighting, maybe the hint of a hand, some kissing, and you still feel the passion and it was still steamy. I wasn't looking for L-Word type shenanigans. I thought it was romantic and well-done.
- Really enjoyed the way the power dynamic was flipped on its side and reversed. You started off with Catherine being the one in charge I guess, for lack of a better way of putting it, and Jackie being the one who was sort've faltering. Catherine is a respected professor, comfortable in her life, a commanding presence who knows what she wants and gets it. Jackie is trying to find her way now that she doesn't have the one thing that has defined her for so long. She finds stability in Catherine. Suddenly, with Jackie's return to Hollywood, those roles reverse. Jackie is back in the driver's seat, taking control of her life and her career, and Catherine is left floundering without a clear sense of what to do having found herself in a position of not being in power. Great role reversal, probably best illustrated when you contrast the first bedroom scene between them with the last bedroom scene.
- Really enjoyed the general sweet romance of it.
- I almost didn't watch this movie because the difference between the actresses made me so uncomfortable. Allison McAtee is this statuesque gorgeous 30-something, and Sarah Stouffer is in her 20s but looks like she's all of 15, in part because of her height. It was difficult for me to get beyond that casting and not feel like I was watching something terribly wrong. I suppose maybe that was done purposefully. The actresses were good enough to be able to pull it off though, so most of the time I wasn't thinking about it after I got into the story proper.
- The incredibly quick hook-up. I get that they were physically attracted to each other, but I don't know a professor who would randomly kiss a freshman student, during a mixer, in public, outside, not knowing how the student would react. Huge risk, wouldn't you say? Limited time for filming I get, but seriously.
- The incredibly fast downhill slide at the end of the movie. For me, as for others, this was the true sticking point and the true reason I can't give this movie 5 stars. I love my happy endings for sure, and that's certainly a big reason for me not liking this ending, but I also just didn't like how incredibly out of character the interactions they had were, all in the name of progressing this portion of the plot. These are two women who care for each other. They go to each other in times of need and comfort, they snuggle on the couch and play with the dog while the other reads, they make dinner together (oh, the scene where Catherine whispers "I love you" to a sleeping Jackie)...they're a couple. You mean to tell me that Jackie going back to Hollywood and shifting the power dynamic of their relationship a little is all it takes for them to say nasty things to each other and go screw other people? You mean to tell me that the dissolution of their relationship doesn't even warrant a scene where they actually dissolve it, talk about it? Catherine's a freaking psychologist for Pete's Sake! Instead we just sort've understand that they haven't seen or talked to each other since their big argument, but they mysteriously bump into each other in the library and have one more reconciliation roll in the sack before they part ways again, presumably forever. What a disservice to their relationship and all that they've gone through.
- Although one of the Goods was the shifting power dynamic, did it have to be shifted to the point that it actually seems to have broken one of the characters? Jackie and Catherine both had something to gain from each other in their relationship. Jackie gained self-confidence, got herself out of her mom's house and back into the role she loves. She's waltzing off to Hollywood with barely a backwards glance. Catherine however loses her lover, loses her job, and has lost her power. We leave her a broken shell of who she once was, with no idea as to how she's going to fix herself. That was probably the most depressing part of all because I didn't feel she deserved it. Seriously, that last scene where Jackie leaves her in bed because she can't even be bothered to stay the night, she's so busy, and Catherine is left there bereft...She looks broken and beaten. Broke my heart
I own this movie, and when I watch it I watch up to the scene in which Catherine tells Jackie that she loves her. I then turn it off. That's how I chose to edit this movie and create my own ending.
This was not a lesbian movie. This was a bisexual movie.
Jackie is a former child star who is known only for a science-fiction TV series that was cancelled.
She looks really young, but she is obviously at least 18.
She starts college and everyone there looks down on her for being a former actress.
She never fits in with the other students.
She immediately hears rumors about a female professor who is always having affairs with her students, mainly female students.
Jackie immediately finds out who that professor is, goes out of her way to flirt with her, and she and the professor immediately have a sexual relationship.
It almost looks like the professor took Jackie home with her and seduced her.
Jackie actually looks scared and later says that she was terrified.
But Jackie also admits to having done that kind of thing before.
And, Jackie was clearly the one who caused the affair to happen.
The professor did not seek her out, it was the other way around.
Jackie was not in any of that professor's classes, so the affair was not about Jackie using sex to get ahead in school.
It all didn't make any sense.
It is implied that Jackie had a previous affair with someone named Mark, who died, who was on the TV show with her somehow.
But it is not clear at all.
The acting is good, but the plot is weak and boring and slow, and the ending is extremely predictable.
There is no nudity.
There is kissing and implied sex.
There is no romance or passion.
It is just a sexual relationship that has no meaning or direction.
This felt like a TV movie.
At one point, the professor tells Jackie that she loves her, but she says it when Jackie is asleep and cannot hear it.
The professor gets jealous that Jackie might want to go back to acting and they argue over it.
The professor says some very mean and belittling things to Jackie.
The professor has sex with some guy and makes sure that Jackie knows about it.
Jackie has sex with a guy from her dorm.
Jackie leaves college and goes back to acting.
The professor is finally formally caught having a sexual relationship with a student (Jackie) and is fired.
So, at the end, Jackie goes on to make a movie and the professor is out of a job.
women thats a actress, that decides to go to college after her show gets canceled,
she meets a teacher of one of her classes, but its not just meeting
just any old person, this teacher starts a relationship with her student,
than one day , the student gets a call and its her manager,
and he wants to let her know there is a movie coming up and she
is up for the part but, she would have to audtion for the part,
which is on th eother coast, and now she is having a hard time
deciding if she wants to leave her teacher lover or go do the show,
so she decides to talk to her lover and make the hard descion.
the teacher lover , is not happy about it, but gives her blessing
the rest of the movie, well, you just have to wach and see what happens,
it get s confusing, but it all makes sense later
i would recommend this movie its not a great movie,
but the actresses in movie are good and its a great story line
What's good about this movie is very solid, and what works does well, but the ending is too rushed hitting all the beats to leave room for the characters. I wanted more, which is a testament to the good in the film. I enjoyed, and would recommend, warts and all.