21 · She/her
Sapphic films enthusiast
I need a director to direct my life.
If my young self was also forced to admit I'm a homosexual when I haven't even realized it, I would be weeping my gay ass as well.
This film made me think of my root: when I was a 5th grader, I had a dream of me having a crush on a female 6th grader. Then, a few days later, I met the 6th grader who became my first ever girl crush. Wtf was that? Idk. I just like girls a lot. I am a homosexual.
God, it's okay if you're not to give me a girlfriend, but please give me a best friend like Koharu :)
On a serious note, finding a person who you get to be really close with, happy with, comfortable with, and who you find balance with is hard. A person who understands you unconditionally that they are willing to make adjustments for you. This film captures these. Unconditional love found in a friendship between two women who are at the…
The scene between Vada and Amelia towards the end got me: 🥺
Processing and dealing with trauma will never be easy. It would feel so when you are surrounded by people who understand and never put any pressure on you. Processing what you've been through isn't forced. By time, it'll just come out of you. And everyone's pacing in moving on and healing is different from each other.
Sending hugs and love to everyone who has been through the same or terrible things that you should've never been through.