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MichaelH.Dec 19, 200210Nuanced, subtle portraits. Sharp, original view of topics that you think are well-worn. See it!
ChadS.Feb 18, 200310Was 2002 some sort of watershed year for female directors of independent film? Nicole Holofcener's "Lovely & Amazing", Jill Sprecher's "13 Conversations About One Thing", Christine Jeff's "Rain", and now Rebecca Miller's "Personal Velocity". All of these films deserve serious thought when putting together a "Best of 2002" list. I almost skipped this invigorating movie because the critic in my region panned it. She suggested we should skip the movie and read the book. Do yourself a favor and do both. Like children, don't play favorites. All three stories are wonderfully written, acted, photographed, and directed. Most importantly, this is not a chick flick. A bad film with female protagonists is a chick flick. Like "Beaches".… Expand