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January 1995, Week 4


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"Dianne L. Brooks" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 24 Jan 1995 12:17:49 CST
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In response to Bridget's post I wholeheartedly agree!!!  I too found
myself recognizing my own obsessive adolescence and my own "best friends."
I  loved the style, although the manic and dizzy camera at times
threatened to make me nauseous.  I loved the fantasy world, the swelling
music, it was all used so skillfully, to create "their" world.
In answer to someone else's question, I forgot whose, I apologize, Juliet
Hulme (the blond) is Anne Perry a very well known mystery writer.  She
apparently outed herself as Juliet sometime recently in conjunction with
the release of this picture.
Finally, I did read a rather negative review in the New Yorker.  I think
it was Rafferty but I'm not sure didn't like the lack of criticism of the
girls.  That is exactly what I did like about it.
Dianne Brooks