Or perhaps it's the thought that women may indeed want sex as much
and as often as we men want it. We want them to be just like us!
most of us it's in our mid- to late-teens that we begin to fantasize
about two girls getting it on. For most of us it's a dream not soon
realized. And for so many women the question is, "Why do men
always want to see two women in bed together?"
it's the thought of that extra skin ending up in such unique places,
or those soft, gentle curves rubbing up against one
explore this theory you may need to look no further than the average
boy's childhood to find the one defining moment where these thoughts
take root: witnessing a girlfight. Your childhood and those loud,
raucous clubs with way too inebriated babes are about the only places
you may witness such catfights but Hollywood is taking a different track.
few weeks ago a small, independent film that has the same power, if
not more than witnessing your first girlfight, made its national
debut. The film is appropriately titled, "Girlfight."
was written and directed by newcomer Karyn Kusama and if this work
is any indication of her talent, Kusama has a long and encouraging
career ahead of her.
takes place on the mean streets of New York City where we find Diana
Guzman (Michelle Rodriguez) living with her brother Tiny (Ray
Santiago) and her father Sandro (Paul Calderon) in the Brooklyn
projects. Diana is the high school student you'd name "Most
Likely to End Up in Prison or Dead Before the First Reunion."
She's tough, abrasive and can be easily provoked into a fight if she
feels the other person "deserved it." She's a trouble maker
to her teachers and she's no stranger to the principal's office.
fight on the amateur level. It is here where she begins her fights
not only inside the ring, but outside as well.
Diana stumbles into the boxing gym where her bookworm brother is
training to be a boxer. Soon enough she becomes intrigued and begins
to train, unsure of what she's getting herself into. After several
weeks of lessons she begins
does an amazing job with such a small budget. The world of amateur
boxing hasn't been portrayed in such a light since the original
"Rocky" film. Through her direction the audience's feelings
begin to grow toward Diana and her many challenges. We want Diana to
work hard and win, persevere and eventually overcome.
is a story not unlike its main character--full of power, strength,
endurance and emotion. It's a film that will bring a breath of fresh
air to the soul and joy to the dulled senses of moviegoers
yourself to this "Girlfight," it's sure to be one both you
and your girlfriend will enjoy without the psychoanalysis afterward.