• 1991
  • 1 HR 41 MIN
  • R
  • Comedy, Drama

Patsy Kensit gives a shallow performance in TWENTY-ONE, a shallow film about a shallow woman and her shallow life. Under Don Boyd's resolutely uninflected direction, and with no strong narrative point-of-view, it's a movie you either "get" or "don't get." And if you don't get it, don't ask. Like the heroine of a frothy 1950s romantic comedy, Katie (Kensit) more

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