Yes, God, Yes

Yes, God, Yes

STREAMING SOON11 August 2020
Yes, God, Yes

Stranger Things star Natalia Dyer leads this coming-of-age comedy as an abiding Catholic girl who, after discovering masturbation, admits herself to a religious retreat to purge her sins. Unfortunately, her urges only get worse when a cute boy at the retreat starts flirting. The directorial debut of Karen Maine, co-writer of Obvious Child.

201978 minsUSA
Comedy
82%
want to see

Streaming (1 Providers)

  • Arriving 11th Aug

Reviews & comments

Boston Globe

Boston Globe

press

Flatly filmed, drably lit, and sluggishly paced, Yes, God, Yes takes a cheeky premise and slowly lets the air out of it.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Burdened by a silly R rating that may deter the very youngsters who are likely to enjoy it most, Yes, God, Yes (written and directed by Karen Maine) fights back with an appealing lead and an overwhelmingly innocent tone.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

While Maine’s witty script is filled with more than enough sequences primed to get laughs out of any audience (with Dyer turning in a charming performance that never goes too broad), the real winners will likely be fellow Catholic school survivors, who will recognize many of the great truths in Yes, God, Yes.

Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

press

For all its sharp barbs at Catholic school hypocrisy and its frank depictions of masturbation and teenage hook-ups, Yes, God, Yes somehow retains a breezy and upbeat and even sweet disposition, thanks to the light touch of writer-director Karen Maine and an absolutely winning performance by “Stranger Things” star Natalia Dyer.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Yes, God, Yes is a fun and entertaining ride that unfolds at just the right speed. It gets in and out of scenes with noticeable fluidity — it’s hard to recall even one scene in the movie that dawdled — and is able to stitch together a memorable quilt of cinematic moments.

Variety

Variety

press

The gentle shocks of recognition afforded by this engaging indie comedy likely will be all the more enjoyable (when they aren’t mildly discomforting) for anyone, male or female, who remembers having to confess impure thoughts to an inquisitive priest...

Boston Globe

Boston Globe

press

Flatly filmed, drably lit, and sluggishly paced, Yes, God, Yes takes a cheeky premise and slowly lets the air out of it.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Burdened by a silly R rating that may deter the very youngsters who are likely to enjoy it most, Yes, God, Yes (written and directed by Karen Maine) fights back with an appealing lead and an overwhelmingly innocent tone.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

While Maine’s witty script is filled with more than enough sequences primed to get laughs out of any audience (with Dyer turning in a charming performance that never goes too broad), the real winners will likely be fellow Catholic school survivors, who will recognize many of the great truths in Yes, God, Yes.

Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

press

For all its sharp barbs at Catholic school hypocrisy and its frank depictions of masturbation and teenage hook-ups, Yes, God, Yes somehow retains a breezy and upbeat and even sweet disposition, thanks to the light touch of writer-director Karen Maine and an absolutely winning performance by “Stranger Things” star Natalia Dyer.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Yes, God, Yes is a fun and entertaining ride that unfolds at just the right speed. It gets in and out of scenes with noticeable fluidity — it’s hard to recall even one scene in the movie that dawdled — and is able to stitch together a memorable quilt of cinematic moments.

Variety

Variety

press

The gentle shocks of recognition afforded by this engaging indie comedy likely will be all the more enjoyable (when they aren’t mildly discomforting) for anyone, male or female, who remembers having to confess impure thoughts to an inquisitive priest...

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