Cherry: Review – film reviews, interviews, features

Cherry: Review. by Jake Pfeiffer.

Cheri tells the story of a young girl of the same name who must make the biggest decision of her life within the next 24 hours. She just found out that she is pregnant and must decide if she plans to have the baby. We follow her as she talks with friends, family, and her boyfriend as she struggles to make this difficult decision.

It is a simple story that is a great character study of a woman making the biggest decision of her life so far. writer/director Sophie Galibert does a good job of telling this story and keeps you invested in what will be Cheri’s final choice. It takes a good performance from the lead actress for it to be a complete success and Alexandria Trevitt does a fantastic job in the role. Trevitt is the one who drives this movie, he’s in every scene, and it’s totally about him. Everyone helps move the story forward but no one adds as much as Trevitt.

Cherry speeds well with very little time and she goes in and out. There is no filler here which is a breath of fresh air as a lot of films like this will have a lot that doesn’t carry the story forward. All the other actors here outside Trevit are fine but they feel like they are not actors and are just local people and fit the requirement of the role. This movie absolutely won’t be for everyone, as it touches on abortion, but the story is well made, and it plays out in a way that doesn’t promote abortion, but suggests that it is a possible option. .

Overall, Cheri is a short and to the point film. It won’t shock you or blow your socks off, but it is a well made movie. Alexandria Trevitt has a good performance and it’s a well-told story that keeps you invested.


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