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The film stars Shannon Woodward (Raising Hope) and Evan Schneider, a young actor from Wayland with a background in theatre.
gentle, optimistic and just about right --Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.comsweet, beguiling, and at times wrenching --Steve Pond, The Wrap "Girlfriend" is a beautiful film about human relationships in a small town "Anywhere, USA" despite it's location shoot in affluent Wayland, Massacgusetts.became a global sensation, grossing over $1.3 billion at the box office.Its stars were catapulted into the international spotlight in a way none of them were quite prepared for, especially the franchise's leads, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.Evan, a young adult with Down Syndrome, lives with his mother (Amanda Plummer, PULP FICTION) in a poor, working-class town.When he unexpectedly inherits a large sum of money, he decides to use it to help out his friend and high school crush, Candy (Shannon Woodward, RAISING HOPE TV Series), a single mother deeply in-debt and facing eviction.He wants to protect her, make her happy and be with her but it's clear that she's barely treading water herself.
Evan Sneider has Downs himself but is very clearly a skilled and able actor.
The director, Lerner, did a fantastic job portraying Evan's struggles without making him a character to pity.
I found this movie totally engrossing since the story was so well crafted and the story line hard to predict. I tend to like more lighthearted stories and I felt a bit worn out after I watched it, so I might actually rate it 4.5 stars. I'll be thinking about the issues raised in the movie for a good while and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys complex stories and is willing to have their minds take an interesting spin on many issues.
The news of Rathbone's departure from 100 Monkeys comes just weeks after the actor announced that his girlfriend Sheila Hafsadi is pregnant with the couple's first child.
Winner of three Audience Awards, GIRLFRIEND is a moving, coming-of-age drama that explores the nature of love and human compassion.
The emotions in his eyes and his ability to convey pure honesty creates a powerful irony in regard to the concept of disability.