This movie makes an obvious "white privilege" statement. "White Girl" is both the brand of cocaine and the protagonist. Basically, white girls are dumb and naive. Their partying also destroys the lives of decent Latino drug dealers. If it wasn't for her he sure would be fine. And if it was a black girl she would never make any mistakes. Yes, SJWs I get your point.
But luckily this obvious point just lets one roll our eyes and yet isn't pushed to hard so one can just watch the story.
I don't think all the sex and drugs are supposed to shock the audience, they actually are supposed to look as part of everyday life that she chose which is can come off as dull for some. The movie goes by very fast though by showing all we need to see and not concentrating on character issues that are not part of the movie's present.
The acting is great. I was very impressed by Morgan Saylor and Brian Marc who both let us understand the emotions of their characters without the movie introducing us to character depth. The supporting characters were also well done. Worth mentioning are Justin Bartha whom I didn't even recognize and Chris Noth whom I was exited to see, his facial performance is always perfect.
The ending is great. I know that it is supposed to show her privilege as well, but it was a great idea of contrast.
So all in all it was a decent movie worth watching.
Summer, New York City. A college girl falls hard for a guy she just met. After a night of partying goes wrong, she goes to wild extremes to get him back.
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