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  • TV-MA
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 33 min
  • 5.2  (567)

ToY is a 2016 independent drama film directed by Patrick Chapman. The movie takes place in Los Angeles and tells the story of two women, Chloe (Briana Evigan) and ToY (Bre Blair) who are struggling to find their place in the world. Chloe is a struggling musician who is trying to make ends meet by performing at small gigs while ToY is a webcam performer who is trying to make enough money to support her lifestyle.

As the story progresses, Chloe and ToY cross paths and develop an unlikely friendship. The two women bond over their shared struggles and begin to help each other out. Chloe starts introducing ToY to her friends and helps her with her webcam performances, while ToY introduces Chloe to a wealthy businessman, Jonas (Matt O'Leary), who can help her get her music career off the ground.

However, trouble starts brewing when Jonas becomes obsessed with ToY and starts to pursue her relentlessly. Chloe tries to intervene and protect ToY, but to no avail. As the harassment and threats escalate, Chloe and ToY's friendship is put to the ultimate test.

One of the central themes of the movie is the way in which women are objectified in society. Both Chloe and ToY are trying to carve out a place for themselves in a world that is hostile to women. Chloe is constantly underestimated and dismissed as a musician because of her gender, while ToY's career as a webcam performer is based on the objectification of her body.

Another important theme in the movie is the search for identity. Both women are trying to figure out who they are and what they want out of life. Chloe has a dream of being a musician, but is struggling to make it a reality. ToY is living a double life, performing as a webcam model under a pseudonym and hiding her true self from the world.

The performances in ToY are strong all around. Briana Evigan delivers a nuanced portrayal of Chloe, conveying both her vulnerability and her strength. Bre Blair is equally impressive as ToY, bringing depth and complexity to a character that could have easily been reduced to a stereotype. Matt O'Leary also delivers a solid performance as Jonas, bringing a sense of menace to the character that is palpable.

ToY also benefits from strong direction by Patrick Chapman. The movie has a gritty, raw feel to it that perfectly captures the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles. Chapman also handles the delicate subject matter with sensitivity and nuance, without ever veering into exploitation or sensationalism.

Overall, ToY is a powerful and thought-provoking movie that explores complex themes such as identity, objectification, and the search for meaning. The movie is anchored by strong performances from its leads and strong direction by Patrick Chapman. It is a must-see for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of contemporary society.

ToY is a 2015 romance movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 33 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.2.

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    5.2  (567)