Two-Bit WaltzHD Closed Captioning
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About the Movie
In the wonderfully dysfunctional tradition of The Royal Tenenbaums, teenage years are always messy - but for Maude, things couldn't seem more tragic. Within one week just prior to her 18th birthday, she is suspended from school, stranded by her best friend, dumped by the boy she "loves," and Granny just died leaving her an enormous amount of money under one condition - Maude must go to college which she does not want to do and her wildly eccentric family is no help at all. Of course…it's a comedy!
What a waste of time & money. On my part and the people who involved in making the film. Absolutely dismal….and proof that having money and connections can make the difference.
Self indulgence of those well connected
This is clearly an exercise in unresolved adolescent self-indulgence by a person who has the resources and connections to publicly display the painful process of making bad decisions on the way to becoming an adult. Sad that her parents facilitated this thin soup of worn tropes and teen angst. College is the usual venue for working such issues and nonsense out, but, alas, her not going to college, because of her massive over-estimation of a genetic claim to talent and creativity, is the point of what substitutes for a plot, I assume.
Worth my time!
The storyline in my opinion was great. You learn a few lessons in life.