Love her, IA with whoever said BIAC changed her life, mine too!I watched the movie in the first place because 11yo me fell in love with her in Slums of Beverly Hills. is going to sound silly, granted, I was attracted to many people while making the movie.
“And Melanie was like, ‘Yeah, you’re exactly like that.’ And I didn’t know.“I think because I always imagined Melanie, and wrote it for her, I was trying to write at things I thought she would be great at doing,” she aded. Annie (Lynskey) seems to be orchestrating the whole thing in part to avoid planning her wedding to longtime fiancé Matt (Jason Rittter).
“That’s an unfair double standard.” On the whole, the reaction to her revelation has been “remarkably positive”.
However, there was one incident involving an old-fashioned pastor that shows not everyone is beyond homophobia yet.
I do think that there's something good about that in a way because you're able to be protected.
I think there's something good about a girl's club too." I've always figured Natasha is on the experimental side of straight.