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Lemon Popsicle 2 Going Steady

Lemon Popsicle 2 Going Steady

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Teenage romande, parties and sex in 1950s Tel Aviv. Music is at the core of the lives of these teenagers. This is a comedy about three friends.

Better than the first

Going Steady aka Lemon Popsicle 2 is the sequel to the 1978 Isreali film Lemon Popsicle.As of October 28 2007, the first three lemon popsicles are available to watch on youtube dubbed in English and the fourth one is coming soon.The original Lemon Popsicle was remade in the United States as The Last American Virgin which I have yet to see.Anyway Going Steady is better than the first film in my opinion.The first film had some funny parts but it was mostly depressing(especially the ending).The sequel is much funnier but also has plenty of drama as well.One problem I have with the sequel was that it never explains how Benji and Bobby became friends again.After the events of the first film, I would think that their friendship was over but the second film shows them as friends as if none of the events of the first film happened.That’s my only problem with this sequel.The film is about three friends in the late 50’s or early 60’s and their misadventures with sex.If you like teen sex comedies, I suggest looking for the Lemon Popsicle series.

Great unknown gem shows the universality and timelessness of the teenage experience!

The growing pains felt by adolescents are timeless and, as this hidden gem I found that was set in 1950’s Tel Aviv shows, apparently universal. Thankfully this was tossed in a 50-film megapack, ‘Drive-In Movie Classics’–otherwise, from the producers, director, and no-name cast involved, I would likely never have come across it. It’s basically a mix of ‘American Graffiti’ and ‘Porky’s’, but the script is the right mix of angst and humour, and the actors make a little go a long way with their charisma and chemistry. The 50’s songs and complete lack of any sort of pretension are overwhelmingly refreshing and appreciated! I had no idea that this was in fact a sequel (another name for it is ‘Lemon Popsicle 2’) and part of a series. I would certainly love to track the other films down…

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