Girl Play
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Actresses Robin Greenspan and Lacie Harmon used the ups and downs of their real-life romance as the inspiration for this comedy drama about two performers whose real lives are beginning to mirror their latest roles. Robin (Greenspan) is an actress who has been in a deeply committed relationship with Audrey (Katherine Randolph) for six years, while fellow thespian Lacie (Harmon) is not much on commitment and tends to tire of her lovers once the initial excitement wears off. Robin an Lacie have been cast opposite one another as lesbian lovers in a play directed by the wildly flamboyant Gabriel… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 25%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Mainly a simple pair of soliloquies about lesbians struggling as life partners, with some scenes of farce and dread in the mix."
‑ Ned Martel, New York Times
"Greenspan and Harmon's paltry song of themselves concludes with five minutes of outtakes, capping the self-love."
‑ Melissa Anderson, Village Voice
"What Girl Play amounts to is big-screen soft-core for lesbians."
‑ Doris Toumarkine, Film Journal International
"Exactly why we should care about these narcissists is a mystery."
‑ V.A. Musetto, New York Post
"A small-scale but winning comedy."
‑ Sheri Linden, Hollywood Reporter
"Too many musical montages break the momentum, but overall it's an engaging piece of work, regardless of which team you play for."
‑ Ken Fox, TV Guide's Movie Guide
"With little plot and a stifling set, the movie needs stronger performances than its leads can offer."
‑ Elizabeth Weitzman, New York Daily News
"Except for brief injections of camp administered by John Waters' vet Mink Stole ... and Dom DeLuise, there's little in Girl Play that doesn't evaporate by closing credits."
‑ Robert Koehler, Variety
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