All I knew at the time was that it starred two of my favorite young female actors, both Ellen Page and Olivia Thirlby, and that I already wanted to see it, especially coming out of Sundance and in a mood for great indie movies.
Now eight months from when I first discovered the film not a single word has been spoken about it until recently, when I had the chance to chat with both Ellen and Olivia while they were in Toronto promoting their Jack (Thirlby) and Diane (Page), two teenage lesbians, meet in New York City and spend the night kissing ferociously.
She was also married to Dane Witherspoon, who she divorced in 1988.
Robin Wright and actor Ben Foster, who starred together in the film Rampart, were spotted earlier this week having an intimate dinner date at a low-key Italian restaurant in Australia.
A rep for Foster had no comment, while Wright's couldn't be reached, but photos show the pair looking cozy.
Diane's charming innocence quickly begins to open Jack's tough skinned heart.
But, when Jack discovers that Diane is leaving the country in a week she tries to push her away.
I think it's rare because women by that time have had years of experience behind them and have raised kids.
They no longer are those bubbly, fun, open girls they were in their teens and 20s.
Ellen Page – YAY Juno actress Ellen Page is more than a new favorite amongst indie-film geeks, she is now number one on the lesbian I’d-Tap-That list. I never felt like this since I was a kid and first saw Annie!
The quirky twenty-year old is talented, feminist, and a flannel shirt and skinny jeans wearer, which translates into lesbian dreamboat. (My first awakening to tomboyhood, not knowing the implications then). So I’m close friends with Ellen from childhood and she is not gay or bi.
I call him "Crazy Ben Foster" cause most of the films I've caught him in, he plays a wacko: 30 Days of Night, Alpha Dogs, The Mechanic, that space movie with Dennis Quaid, the home invasion movie with Bruce Willis, etc.