How to Talk to Girls at PartiesYoung Enn and his best friends stumble upon a bizarre gathering of teenagers who are from another planet, visiting Earth to complete a mysterious rite of passage. That doesn't stop Enn from falling madly in love with Zan, a beautiful and rebellious alien who becomes fascinated with him. Together, they embark on a delirious adventure through the kinetic, punk rock world of 1970s London, inadvertently setting off a series of events that leads to the ultimate showdown between punks and aliens.Keywords:
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Critic Reviews of "How to Talk to Girls at Parties"AV ClubMay 22, 2018
How To Talk To Girls At Parties mostly scratches at one mildly clever idea, trying, and ultimately failing, to draw blood.Rolling StoneMay 22, 2018
You feel like you were stuck in a spirit-of-'77 cosplay convention at best and a needy cult movie desperately seeking a cult at worst.RogerEbert.comMay 18, 2018
Ultimately, How to Talk to Girls at Parties is like a hyperactive kid at a punk rock show-full of great energy and ambition, but not too sure what to do with it.NPRMay 17, 2018
A refreshing tonic against blockbusteritis.TheWrapMay 26, 2017
It comes off feeling more like promising studio outtake than a polished final track.indieWireMay 24, 2017
How to Talk to Girls at Parties is primarily a vessel for the attitude coursing through all of Mitchell's work: Even the most outrageous behavior comes from a real place.Daily Mail (UK)May 21, 2018
Gloriously bonkers, with a charming central performance from Elle Fanning.Slant MagazineMay 21, 2018
The film's tagline goes "Talk to the girl. Save the world," but at no point does Earth's fate hang in the balance, and talking to Elle Fanning's Zan is no great challenge for anyone.Shadows on the WallMay 16, 2018
Mitchell is a smart, skilled and, most importantly, ambitious filmmaker unafraid to dive into the quirkier aspects of this story.The New Paper (Singapore)May 16, 2018
An intriguing tribute to punk rock and sci-fi. It is so weird that it is pretty good.Sunday Independent (Ireland)May 14, 2018
Shortbus director John Cameron Mitchell revives the cartoonish mania of that outing and applies it to what resembles a film-school project held together with papier-mache and zany indulgence.Irish IndependentMay 14, 2018
A dreamy young extraterrestrial (Elle Fanning) languidly greets him, and asks "how do I further access the punk?". What happens next is not edifying.
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