Everything Relative

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Released 1996

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Director:
Sharon Pollack
Released:
1996
Rating:
R
Everything Relative directed and written by Sharon Pollack (her debut) is a story of a group of women friends who are all reunited for a special event. Katie (Stacey Nelkin) was a member of a leftist street theater and political action group in the early '70s, and 14 years later, she and her lover Victoria (Monica Bell) invite several of their old friends, some of whom they haven't seen in 14 years, to celebrate the bris of their son Daniel (Katie was artificially inseminated, using sperm donated by Victoria's brother). These women share and rehash their crazy memories of their college years. These women are both gay and straight and end up rekindling old romances and old friendships. This long weekend in the country brings the women together once again and they reveal all the changes that have occurred in the twenty years since college. These changes reveal a lot of funny and dramatic experiences that brought old friends back together again. This movie stars Monica Bell, Carol Schneider and Ellen McLaughlin.moreless

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    Gay & Lesbian, Independent