Is it a fine film? Sure. Does it tackle any of the difficult topics facing schoolgirls today? Hardly!
Let’s take scene one: Georgia James is attempting to do her homework, but he boyfriend (a porn actor who’s name I’m not sure of, so I’m just going to refer to him as “Peppy”) is bored and thinks it’s bullshit to sit around while she’s doing her work. This is LITERALLY the only mention of schoolwork in the entire movie. Does she finish her homework, securing a decent GPA and improving her chances of getting into a prestigious university? Of course not! Instead, Georgia and Peppy starting talking about “how hard he fucked her last night” – when she probably should have been studying, I might add – and then they fuck again! Guys, you just fucked last night! Take some time to think about your futures, for the love of god!
Sure, the sex is entertaining and makes you jizz and stuff, but personally, I’d like to hear more about the repercussions of Georgia’s choice to abandon education in favor of throatfucking. Or maybe about the role peer pressure plays when planning for the years after high school. Perhaps if Woodcrest added a short coda involving Georgia’s lab partner being disappointed or a montage of bad test results or something? I don’t know, I’m not a filmmaker. I just know that this scene failed horribly.
And you know what? That’s the ONLY scene that even mentions schoolwork! For a group of young ladies who like it “hard”, they’re sure making a lot of easy choices when it comes to mortgaging their future!
Will you enjoy masturbating to this film? Probably. I don’t see why not. But if you’re looking for a realistic view of the challenges that the American student faces in the DeVos years, you’re going to be disappointed. Better luck next time, Paul Woodcrest!