The Missionary Position (2014) is a feature length Canadian Christian sex comedy about Jenny Stone, a 21-year-old missionary who has just moved to Toronto from small town Ontario. She lands...
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The Missionary Position (2014) is a feature length Canadian Christian sex comedy about Jenny Stone, a 21-year-old missionary who has just moved to Toronto from small town Ontario. She lands a job working behind the snack bar at the legendary Bloor Cinema. Out on the cinema marquee one night she meets Nathan Ark, a teenage runaway who has secretly taken up residence behind the screen at the crumbling movie palace. They start to get close... maybe too close. After all, she's a Christian, and he's sixteen...Written by
The historic Bloor Cinema was purchased and heavily renovated during post production of this film leaving 'The Missionary Position' as the last major production to shoot there before it was modernized. See more »
OK, this is an indie production, minimal budget, unknown actors. That being said, I found it intelligent, sexy, and funny.
A mysterious and strikingly beautiful girl appears on the streets of Toronto, passing out Evangelical leaflets. After a series of circumstances, she lands a job in a cinema and gets involved with the people there. It gets out of control, but she finds her center in a way, and you learn her story. In the process, she helps a sympathetic youth and still gets in trouble.
What I enjoyed so much was that the film took me out of myself for a moment, I remembered my youth and felt free while watching it.
Recommended warmly. The director writer may really have some talent.
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