Very Good Girls (2013)

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Two New York City girls make a pact to lose their virginity during their first summer out of high school. When they both fall for the same street artist, the friends find their connection tested for the first time.

"Great Girls" is a 2013 American drama directed by Naomi Foner in her directorial launching. The movie stars Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen as friends Lilly and Gerri, respectively, who are facing distress and navigating their way through their last summer season together prior to heading off to college.

Plot introduction
The film's story focuses on close friends Gerri and Lilly, who have simply finished high school and made a pact to lose their virginity during their final summer season together. They discover themselves succumbing to the exact same guy, David (Boyd Holbrook), a street artist who is older and more knowledgeable. Lilly satisfies David while working at an ice cream stand and is immediately smitten by him. Unbeknownst to Gerri, Lilly begins dating David, developing a rift between the long-time good friends. David also becomes thinking about Gerri, additional complicating things.

Dispute and climax
Contrary to their pact, Lilly breaks the "clear" guideline by hiding her relationship with David from Gerri. However, Gerri soon learns about their secret relationship and this produces a significant dispute in their relationship. One day, they end up at the exact same celebration, and a confrontation in between the three ensues. Lilly's aggravations intensify when her dad, played by Clark Gregg, is captured having an affair. This more escalates the tension between the friends and each character's personal struggle occurs. This is the climax of the story, after which the characters start to challenge their concerns.

Resolution and Ending
Throughout a series of events, Lilly, Gerri, and David continue to challenge their internal stress and conflicts. Lilly finally confesses her affair with David to Gerri, which initially aggravates their relationship but ultimately brings them closer together, understanding that their relationship is more crucial. Lilly's family too, in spite of experiencing a crisis, starts the recovery procedure. David himself concerns terms with his sensations.

The movie concludes with Lilly breaking up with David as a method to protect their relationship and maturity, understanding that the bond she shows Gerri should not be compromised for a relationship. As the summer ends, the ladies part methods, their friendship more powerful than before. The film's ending stresses the worth of relationship and the journey towards maturation, further engraining the core styles of development and maturity.

"Very Good Girls" is a coming-of-age drama that checks out friendship, relationships, growing discomforts, household battles, and sexual awakening. The director, Naomi Foner, delicately tackles these styles through the story, supplying audiences with a heartfelt, albeit a rather melancholic view of transitioning from teenage years to their adult years. Through the complexities of the characters and the depth of their relationships, the movie makes a statement about the trials of growing up and the power of friendship. With strong efficiencies from Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen, the movie narrates that lots of young people could resonate with.

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