The Nymphets

A well-to-do 30-something man invites two rowdy young girls to party in his loft, leading to a night of provocation and cruelty, all in the name of getting laid.


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  • ★★★½ review by Curt Wiser on Letterboxd

    This movie is not for everyone.  It fits within the mumble-core movement, with its natural feel and spontaneous dialogue.  The movie did explore the different behaviors of men and women while relying on sexual tension.

  • ★★★★ review by caitlin on Letterboxd

    “this film is a tease... and that’s the point” 

    the acting & dialogue was so natural i forgot it was a film sometimes

  • ★★★½ review by Brett Smith on Letterboxd

    I hated every character in this movie, but it does an admirable job of making the viewer uncomfortable.

  • ★★★★ review by Alice Gillespie on Letterboxd

    I feel like if I'd watched this movie on a different day and in a different state of mind I probably wouldn't have liked it quite as much, but as it turns out this film was exactly what I needed to see today.

    It felt intimate and personal, with some great acting that drew me in from the beginning.

    Not to everybody's taste I'm sure, but I really enjoyed it.

  • ★★★★ review by Ric Dube on Letterboxd

    If this came out in 1995 it would be one of the most prominent films of the past 25 years. Now it's just a well-made indie. Its titles owe a lot to Godard, but fortunately that influence is present in more sophisticated and subtle ways.

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