Australian filmmaker John Duigan followed up his captivating The Year My Voice Broke with Flirting. Noah Taylor repeats his "Danny" characterization from the earlier film, while Thandie Newton plays a Ugandan exchange student who attends an Australian girls boarding school. Billeted at a nearby boy's school, Danny finds himself falling in love with Newton, though he is frequently at a loss as to how to express himself. Flirting is the second in a proposed trilogy of John Duigan-directed films revolving around Danny's "awkward" years. Featured in the cast as one of Newton's schoolmates is Nicole Kidman. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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I'm surprised no one's reviewed this yet--and reviewed it favorably.
This is a surprisingly entertaining comedy with a witty script, a knowing view of private schools and private cliques, and Thandie and Nicole are sexy as hell.
Ends nicely too.
Somebody watch this thing; it's worth it.
You won't be disappointed.
A huge mistake on my part for choosing this dvd, I had no idea what it was about and when I did turned it on I could not get into it and I did tried several times with no success - I just wasn't in the mood for the dialogue, maybe another time but I really doubt it.