Tall Girl, an American teen romantic comedy film that Nzingha Stewart directed, and screenplay by Sam Wolfson were released by Netflix on September 13, 2019. The plot basically revolved around a girl called Jodi Kreyman, who was a 16-year old girl who studied in high school. She was known to be a not-so-normal girl because of her gigantic appearance.
The first part undergoes immense ups and downs and finally ends with the homecoming dance. Since its release, it has had over 41 million views.
Direction, Screenplay, Cast, and Everything You Need to Know
Now, Netflix has released a brand new trailer that announces the onset of the second part of the film on February 11, 2022, which is titled, Tall Girl 2. The film director is Emily Ting, and Sam Wolfson does the screenplay. The cast for the film includes Ava Michelle, Griffin Gluck, Sabrina Carpenter, AnjelikaWashington, Luke Eisner, Clara Wilsey, Rico Paris, Johanna Liauw, Angela Kinsey, and Steve Zahn.
The cast somewhat remains the same as the first part, but there are some new introductions. By the end of the first part, we get to know that Jodi has a newly found confidence in herself. Slowly and gradually, she accepted herself the way she was without feeling guilty or insecure about the same.
With the help of her two best friends and her beauty queen sister, Jodi comes to realize that she’s far more than what others think of her and that her insecurities were a mere myth, and she was capable of doing much more than just cry over her looks and body.
What is The Second Part All About
Talking about the plot and synopsis of the second part, after Jodi’s motivating speech at the homecoming dance, she is no longer considered just the tall girl. Still, instead, she’s famous, confident, now has a boyfriend, and got the lead role in a school musical event.
But as they say, fame brings pressure along, and as the force of her newfound popularity boosts up, it becomes a test for Jodi and her old relationships; while some new relationships are formed, old ones are tested. As she goes through various trials in her life, she understands that life is much more than just standing tall.
What is The Message Conveyed Through The Movie
In the movie, the director Emily Ting tries to convey a very crucial message in a humorous as well as in a romantic way. She tries to instill confidence amongst teenagers who are unconfident about their bodies in one way or other. The movie is all about finding confidence and trust in oneself, stopping slouching, and standing tall.
Where to Watch
Just as the release of the first part, the release of the second part is also announced on the platform of Netflix. So, get ready to release a brand new entertainment on February 11, 2022, only on Netflix.