Flavorwire lauds Jennifer’s approach to female characters

Posted on July 27, 2013

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

In Flavorwire's article "A Brief Survey of Sexually Autonomous Women in Film," author Alison Nastasi says of Jennifer: "Her movies straddle the hazy line between indie art drama and (intelligent) porn, presenting sexual and emotional authenticity."

Thanks to Alison Nastasi for her shoutout to sexually autonomous characters in erotic media! She talks about the independent character of Mariah in Jennifer’s movie “Matinée.”

 

Flavorwire: “A Brief Survey of Sexually Autonomous Women in Film”

 

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