Itty Bitty Titty Committee

Bad lesbian cinema attempts to explore post-feminist social politics. Poorly conceived and executed, but nonetheless popular with the younger crowd. Plot: young heartbroken lesbian joins a post-feminist micro-cell; vandalism, bickering, sex and more heartbreak ensue. Proof that the bar for lesbian cinema is low enough for a limbo contest. Watch it if you like youthful anger and rebellion, riot grrrl music or if you just need to see a slice of young lesbian life. Enthusiastically acted.


GirlsNite Review by Jennifer Brooks
Rating: ★½☆☆☆

This is one for the teen crowd and maybe the twenty-somethings.

Itty Bitty Titty Committee is bursting with unhealthy relationship dynamics, dyke drama, and coming of age angst. The movie is juvenile, and obviously – yet ineffectively – didactic; the social theory lessons in IBTC are delivered with the sensitivity of a whack to the head. That said, it is still a decent movie when measured against the whole of lesbian cinema to date.

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Itty Bitty Titty Committee, the third film from Jamie Babbit, director of the 1999 cult comedy But I'm a Cheerleader, focuses on a group of radical young feminists experiencing both political and sexual awakenings. With a riot-grrrl heavy soundtrack (there's so much Kathleen Hannah she should be listed in the credits) and an unabashed message about the degradation of women in the media, Itty Bitty Titty Committee strives to be a very powerful and moving film. It doesn't quite make it. Despite the somewhat lackluster plot, the cast has a great time with the material and clearly enjoy these characters. Standouts are Dirt's Carly Pope, as the "leader" of the group complete with '70s era Gloria Steinem glasses, and especially Melonie Diaz (Be Kind Rewind and Hamlet 2) as Anna, a young lesbian whose life is most altered by the Guerrilla Girls-style group. Overall the message is just a little too heavy-handed and the climax too silly to really make you feel inspired, but the movie does succeed as a fun and sexy coming-of-age story. --Kira Canny

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