It may be tempting, in these dumpster fire times, to look back at what seemed to be simpler times. Like the early 2000s. Remember the early 2000s? Before smartphones and social media, when Snake was cutting-edge cell phone technology and AOL was an exciting new thrill?
But as the charming coming-of-age comedy Yes, God, Yes reminds us, some complications are eternal. Sexual awakening has always been an awkward, messy process, and surely always will be.
Set around the turn of the millennium, the new film centers on a teenage girl named Alice (Natalia Dyer of Stranger Things, all wide eyes and zipped lips) who is so sheltered that when a rumor goes around her prim Catholic school that she’s committed a certain sex act, she’s mystified as to what that sex act even is. Read more…
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