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Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together
An indie comedy lesbian romance about falling in love with your best friend. With songs!
Musical 2011 101 mins
Director: Wendy Jo Carlton
Taking inspiration from films like 500 Days of Summer, And Then Came Lola and Kissing Jessica Stein, Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together is the perfect anti-date movie, with songs! Jamie is moving from Chicago to New York in two weeks, hoping to become a Broadway actress. Her best friend Jessica is bummed, because she thinks she is in love with Jamie, so as moving day gets closer, she tries to make Jamie jealous by dating other women, with hilarious results.
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