Category: Teen/Young Adult

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Sexuality is not Just a Positivity, but It is a Necessity- Jezebel (2019)

ARRAY is the new voice of film artists of color and female filmmakers worldwide. Founded by Ava DuVernay, the independent film distribution company places focus on black stories and female voices, with it’s most recent release, Jezebel, being a manifestation of both.

Jezebel (2019) is a semi-autobiographical, coming-of-age film written and directed by Numa Perrier. The story follows 19 year old Tiffany (Tenille) through the struggles of growing up and losing her mother, while she also finds work as a cam-girl.

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After the Big Kiss, Reality Sets In- To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020)

Every once in a while, a romantic-comedy is released and restores a little bit of peace to the world. The rose-colored haze of epic loves and grand, romantic gestures seen on film is enough to make almost anyone forget the trivialities of real life for just an hour and a half and completely allow themselves to be swept away by the fairy-tale.

When To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before released back in 2018, it felt like an ample amount of people collectively got swept away by its fairy-tale. And we absolutely loved it! With the amount of success and adoration the first film received, it came with no surprise that the sequel was approved. After that epic declaration of love and the magical kiss on the lacrosse field, audiences sat impatiently to see what problems the next film would bring the shining, young couple.​