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Stacie Passon

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Plot Summary

The erotic examination of Abby, a lesbian housewife who becomes a high-end escort to escape her passionless marriage. Her double life proves liberating until a woman from her own social circle becomes a client.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 54
  • Fresh: 40
  • Rotten: 14
  • Average Rating: 6.4/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Rotten: Ms. Passon ultimately seems to skirt some of the larger life questions hinted at along the way. – Nicolas Rapold, New York Times, Oct 3, 2013

Fresh: The ending's a vague cop-out, but the movie is much smarter and more nuanced than the late-night-Cinemax setup suggests. – Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly, Oct 4, 2013

Fresh: If you're looking for a marriage movie that's friendly, upbeat and reassuring, I suggest you keep on looking; if you want a startling debut film that merits comparison with Ingmar Bergman, Woody Allen and Nicole Holofcener, here it is. – Andrew O'Hehir,, Oct 7, 2013

Fresh: Passon's portrayal of sexuality is not so much fluid as it is open, a frankly refreshing way of seeing. – Daniel Walber,, Oct 7, 2013

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Customer Reviews

A liitle Belle de Jour

A bit of a modern day Belle de Jour with a concussion as the catalyst. Suburban lesbian housewife leading a life of quiet desperation. An intriguing look at marriage, monotony/monogamy, boredom and our expectations. Stacie Passon and Rose Troche have created a truly beautiful film.

American women...

…"exploring their sexuality" or whatever. Snooze. It's not like the movie is bad, it's just it doesn't matter.

Not sure how this movie is consider art

Such possibilities turned into little bits of no true character development.

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