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When two young women move to San Francisco, their career aspirations quickly become sidelined by their sexual interests. While aligned in their wildly crass public personas, their fundamental differences surrounding responsibility and romance, combined with their close quarters while crashing in an acquaintance's living room, find them thrust onto a fast track to discovering the strength of their friendship. Frisky is an honest, tongue-in-cheek look at what it is to be a woman in the limbo years between college and "the real world".
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The film is serious and funny too in a kind of madcap way. Perhaps the funniest and most poignant part of the film is just inside the last ten minutes or so, when their quick thinking and actions initially save a friend's dog named Peanut, who's eaten rat poison. It all looks like the beloved animal is going to survive and fully recover, but just a day or two later another young man's mistake leads to the poor dog dying after being tied up outside a bar. He was supposed to be watching Peanut carefully and giving him his activated charcoal. A sad funeral for the beloved dog follows and everyone is dressed in black at a beautiful little park-like setting. Folks are asked to make comments about Peanut. One of the two ladies has taken the time to create a very funny advertisement for a dog treats and names the company Peanutspleasures.com . The short commercial goes onto say, "Isn't it time you gave your dog the best bone you can?" Thinking of their sexual adventures and their wild lifestyle, that breaks up everyone at the funeral and makes them smile and laugh. It totally turns the sad event around, especially for their friend whose dog has died. He wanted them to market a new kind of dog treat for him. Now they have the perfect campaign centered in a very happy memory of Peanut. He loves his owners hand made treats.
Later, the friends, men and women, sit up on a little grassy hill and make up a little ditty together about the beloved dog just for his owner, another young man they have befriended. I've read that this film only cost $5,000 to make. The dialog and plot is very good and the acting is too. What I Ioved about it most is the range of emotions and the gradual character development of many characters, especially the two young ladies and their closest friends. They are finding a purpose in life and a way to live it with both joy, laughter, competence, and self-insight. At times this film is pretty rough and I felt somewhat lost in it early on, but I am very happy to have stayed with it. If the writers and actors stay this true to how confusing life is at first for young men and women just out of their teens and all of us who are a little older and a lot older, I expect to see many more wonderful films from them.