Premiere of Subjectified: Nine Young Women Talk about Sex
April 24, 2010
This Saturday April 24th at 6 PM, join filmmaker and Boston native Melissa Tapper Goldman for a Q & A following the premiere screening of intimate feature documentary, Subjectified: Nine Young Women Talk About Sex. Filmmaker Melissa Tapper Goldman traveled around the US looking for real answers to the basic but elusive question, “Why do girls have sex?” Through nine in-depth personal interviews with young women, she followed her curiosity into the homes of religious Christians, young moms, gay and straight women, friends and strangers. Allowing these women to open up about their most personal experiences, Goldman tapped into stories that are too complex and too real to fit into a television plot line, sometimes heartwarming and sometimes disturbing. From poignant to awkward to uncontrollably funny, the interviews peer into the minds of young women in America trying their best to make sense of a complicated subject. Premiere party to follow screening, with appearances by director and one of the film's interview subjects. To view trailers and learn more about the documentary, visit www.subjectified.com.