Geographically Desirable: Review

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Geographically Desirable tells the story of Nicole (Blair Bowers), an overworked, sleep deprived TV producer whose life is turned upside down when a distant relative passes away.

Nicole represents a stereotypical workholic who is so obsessed with her work that finds it impossible to relax; too tired to realise that life is passing her by, that friends can’t keep up with her and that her relationship doesn’t stand a chance.

Unsurprinsingly, Nicole struggles to cope when she finds herself in the middle of nowhere to attend her uncle’s funeral. She is eager to get back to the city and the newsroom where she feels she belongs. But things are not as easy as that, as she has to deal with her inheritance, which now includes a cute dog.  Needless to say, Nicole will realise that not everything is as it seems and that happiness can also be found in small town Floyd.



Geographically Desirable, written and directed by Mike Kravinsky, is neither original nor unpredictable and it is as sleepy as the main character.

Apart from the soundtrack and some beautiful shots, I struggle to find reasons to recommend this film, unless you are sleep deprived yourself and are searching for a bit of sympathy.

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