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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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