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Am I OK? Movie Review and Download

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Lucy (Dakota Johnson) and Jane (Sonoya Mizuno), best friends in their 30s, have been close for so long that when they meet at a restaurant, Jane can easily recite Lucy’s usual order: a veggie burger and sweet potato fries. And later, when Lucy hurriedly orders a tomato and spinach omelette, asking, “Am I OK?”, a look of subtle distress crosses Jane’s face. It seems silly — it was just a veggie burger — but to Jane it signifies something familiar and comforting that’s now gone.

This directorial debut from Tig Notaro and Stephanie Alyn is peppered with similarly tender and delicate touches, far more well-received than the film’s occasional attempts at forced or at least vulgar humor (such as a conversation with Jane’s boss, played by Sean).

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