Arriving home, Lilly sees her father with a woman in the office. She takes comfort in spending the evening with Gerri's family, who are loud and open in contrast to Lilly's stony mother and absent father. The girls talk and vow to lose their virginity before leaving for college.
Gerri tells Lilly that David is leaving for Paris, so Lilly finds him, admitting she didn't sleep with her boss. Angry, David warns her not to manipulate other people's feelings but still kisses her goodbye before leaving in a cab. As Lilly walks away, Gerri confronts her furiously, having overheard their conversation.
Lilly makes amends with her father and he suggests she ask for forgiveness, but she does not take his advice. The morning before leaving for college, Gerri comes over with a photograph David sent her for Lilly, his way of making sure the girls saw each other before she left. Gerri reveals she never actually had sex with David, she asked him to but he told her he was already in love with someone else. The girls make up, taking off their clothes to dance in the sprinklers.
The film deals with female sexuality and friendship in a way we haven't seen before. These girls will be stunning young women in a couple of years, but they've struggled through high school with only each other. Most of us have been there. This is the summer where they finally get to touch real life.
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There's a way to make comedy out of this kind of everything-goes-wrong caper movie involving normal people who go diving into a life of crime and find themselves in way over their heads. And at times, that's what the show seems to be doing. But it takes tight tonal control, and brilliant pacing, to make comedy from this kind of snowballing chaos. It doesn't work well when the chaos is only executed intermittently.
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Two girls (Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen), both determined to lose their virginity before they go to college in the fall, find their friendship tested when they both fall for the same guy (Boyd Holbrook).
My grandfather used to have frequent correspondence with the fishing editor of the Forverts. He wanted to know how to catch snooks. So the Forward has long been a part of my life. My parents are both the children of immigrants. They attended public high schools and tuition-free city colleges. My mother and father both became doctors. That was the way it was back then. They had great expectations for their children. Everybody was supposed to do better than the generation before them. I think they were deeply disappointed I decided to go into the entertainment business rather than become a doctor.
\"Yeah, well, I've never done that before and I'm very newly allowed to do that,\" she explained to MTV News at the Sundance Film Festival while promoting the movie. \"I was newly 18, so yeah, it was, it's kind of a sensitive thing, but it's a part of life.\"
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School friends Lilly and Gerri spend their last summer in New York together. On Brighton Beach, they run into David, an attractive guy selling ice cream. After an awkward conversation, they move away, and David takes a picture of Lilly from the back. After coming back home, Lilly sees her father kissing another woman in the office. Upset by this, she takes comfort in spending the evening with Gerri's family, who are loud and open in contrast to Lilly's. The girls are uncomfortable to be 'the last ones' and vow to lose their virginity before leaving for college.
Gerri tells Lilly that David is leaving for Paris, and Lilly goes to David to admit she didn't really sleep with her boss. David thinks Lilly is too spoiled and warns her to stop manipulating other people's feelings, or soon there will be no-one left to play with. He kisses her goodbye and leaves in a cab. As Lilly walks away, Gerri confronts her, having overheard their conversation. Gerri is furious at Lilly for 'playing God' because she would have rather had David outright reject her than string her along by the order of her friend.
Lilly makes amends with her father and tells him about the situation between Gerri and David, and he gives her valuable advice. As she is about to leave for Yale, Gerri comes over with a photograph of Lilly which David sent her to make sure the girls meet each other. Gerri reveals she never actually slept with David because he claimed to be in love with someone else. The two make up and end up dancing in their bras and panties while the sprinklers come on.
The summer before college presents two best friends, Lilly (Dakota Fanning) and Gerri (Elizabeth Olsen), with the opportunity to shed their good girl images. Both girls want to lose their virginity and explore another side of who they are. But their dark and different home lives and the introduction of two bad boys, threaten to destroy their friendship without it being the nice coming-of-age summer that the two girls envisioned.
We can barely contain our excitement about the just-released trailer for Very Good Girls. The summer movie starring our dream BFFs, Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen, is about two girls' quest to lose their virginity after high school--the only problem is that they're both trying to do it with the same dude. Awkward! 59ce067264