Reviewed by nikkareyes
on 23/09/2016 13:54

This movie gives viewers a glimpse of the modern London LGBT life. It's not a really very easy life,  especially for a black lesbian like JJ, who gets to be bullied and has to settle issues with her loved one Elle. Thanks to JJ's best buddy, Seb, life somehow becomes bearable.  It's one interesting film that has impressive performances especially by T'nia Miller who plays JJ; independent but quite conservative when it  comes to love and relationships. Despite of the budgetary constraints, this quirky film by Campbell Ex  demands attention for its unique take on LGBT concerns. Worth checking out!