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Whatever The Lesbian Werewolf Love Story Jack & Diane Was A Metaphor For, I Didn’t Get It

Although its lesbian love story where sexual desire equals werewolf transformation was ambitious, the Tribeca Film Festival's Jack & Diane fell short. That, or I just didn't understand what Juno Temple and Riley Keough were trying to communicate in this apathetic story of first teenage love. More » Post from: Crushable
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Riley Keough & Juno Temple: 'Jack and Diane' Trailer - Watch Now!

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Just Jared (2 years ago)

Check out Riley Keough and Juno Temple in the official trailer of their new film, Jack and Diane! Synopsis: Two teenage girls, meet in New York City and spend the night kissing ferociously. Diane’s (Temple) charming innocence quickl... Read Post

See the Exclusive Poster for Tribeca’s ‘Lesbian Werewolf’ Movie, Jack and Diane

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture (3 years ago)

The film Jack and Diane, which premieres tomorrow night at the Tribeca Film Festival, contains multitudes. It's the coming-of-age story of two young girls (Juno Temple and Riley Keough) in love whose relationship hits a rough patch ... Read Post

Justine Ashley Costanza: Bradley Rust Grey Discusses His Haunting Lesbian Drama Jack and Diane

Entertainment : Huffington Post: Entertainment Blog (2 years ago)

Written and directed by Bradley Rust Grey, the heartfelt story follows two damaged teenage girls (Juno Temple and Riley Keough) who fall in love in New York City. The Cronenberg-esque body horror drama was developed over the course ... Read Post


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