Love 101 | Chicago Reader

Love 101

Adrian Fulle wrote and directed this independent feature, though I can't imagine what differentiates his competently made teenage-sex movie from Hollywood teenage-sex movies, apart from the absence of a studio logo at the beginning. Maybe it's the independent sense of humor expressed in its dialogue: “Women are like Democrats, man. You can't live with them, but you can sure get fucked by them.” Just as you have to rule out the existence of female Democrats to find this funny, you'll probably have to rule out the existence of independent films unencumbered by studiothink to find this even halfway bearable. Once you've accomplished that, you may or may not find that the skillful camera work and adequate performances—by Michael Muhney, Mary Kay Cook, Jon Collins, Jim Slonina, Heidi Mokrycki, and Jeff Anderson—enhance this familiar tale of sexual rivalry between roommates and sexual confidence triumphing over insecurity, complete with elevator music.

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