Jane Wants A BoyfriendAn overprotective woman (Eliza Dushku) becomes worried when her philandering friend (Gabriel Ebert) falls for her autistic sister (Louisa Krause). But as her sister goes on some very eye-opening first dates, she realizes that, at the end of the day, we all deserve to be loved.
Actors of "Jane Wants A Boyfriend"
Directors of "Jane Wants A Boyfriend"William Sullivan
Creators of "Jane Wants A Boyfriend"Jarret Kerr
Critic Reviews of "Jane Wants A Boyfriend"RogerEbert.comMarch 25, 2016
Sweetly-intentioned though somewhat awkwardly structured ...Los Angeles TimesMarch 24, 2016
"Jane's" affecting emotional core and cathartic conclusion carry the day.New York TimesMarch 24, 2016
Polished and often clever, William C. Sullivan's "Jane Wants a Boyfriend" examines autism in the context of sisterly ties and intimate relationships.New York PostMarch 24, 2016
"Jane Wants a Boyfriend" loses momentum careening between Dushku's Bianca and Krause's Jane - the latter of whom is far more interesting.Village VoiceMarch 22, 2016
For the most part ... Jane Wants a Boyfriend keeps the proceedings a bit too cute and would benefit from giving the protagonist more subjectivity.Film Journal InternationalMarch 28, 2016
Autism and the challenges it presents for its romantically inclined leading lady are the basis for this well-intentioned but very spotty film.Flick FilosopherMarch 25, 2016
[D]rama about a young woman with Asperger's looking for love... is stilted, forced, phony, emotionally implausible, and... rather paternalistic and patronizing.
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