This movie is important because it dares to expose the trials and tribulations of existing as a wealthy white woman who adheres to all the standard conventions of beauty while being freakishly smart, motivated, and having all of the resources at her disposal to navigate the notoriously classist and discriminatory process of law school applications to attend the second highest ranked law school in America. bold and brave. bend and snap. four stars.
so the other day i was feeling a little lonely but at the same time nostalgic for middle school days so i went on omegle.com and ended up talking to this brazilian girl about movies and she told me that in her country My Own Private Idaho is called "Prostitute Boys" and honestly i can't stop thinking about that and how the one movie that means so much to me in this world is literally prostitute boys in brazil and i hope someday i can buy a copy like that