Bloomington

Synopsis: "Bloomington" is a coming-of-age drama about a former child actress attending college in search of independence and who ends up becoming romantically involved with a female professor.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Fernanda Cardoso
Production: Cinetic
  1 win.
 
IMDB:
6.0
NOT RATED
Year:
2010
83 min
151 Views


Kirk, Jacqueline...

I'm gonna assign you to Psych 110

since that's the prerequisite

for everything else.

Next semester,

if you decide to double-major

you can beef up your psych classes.

OK.

Newbery...

Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

It says here

your first major is English.

Do you want to go ahead

and declare that?

Sure.

I have the 209 syllabus.

- Can I just leave it with you?

- Yeah, thanks.

Longest wait list in the entire

department once again, Stark.

I don't know how you do it.

Thank you.

Do you have questions for me?

No. No, sir.

Here's your schedule for the fall,

and a copy of your student manual.

I have to tell you -

my wife and I really loved your show.

We never missed an episode.

That's very nice of you to say.

- Thank you, Professor Hecht.

- You're welcome.

All right, here's your room.

You have plenty of closet space,

so that's nice.

Also, when you set up the phone

if you have any problems

with it just let me know,

'cause it can be kinda tricky sometimes.

Looks like you've got your own bathroom.

That's kinda special.

Here is your key.

Thanks.

You know, it's really rare

for a freshman

to get a single around here.

Yeah, that's what I've heard.

Actually, it's really hard

for anyone to get one.

You will have two quizzes...

a mid-term and a final.

And if you all look at your syllabus

you'll see that the first quiz

is only three weeks away.

For anyone that's interested

I've set up sign-up sheets

outside my office for study groups.

I highly recommend it, people!

Thank you.

Have a nice day!

Your essay topics are:

issues in the 19th century,

prose throughout the 20th century,

and lastly,

literature during the First World War.

Any questions?

Jackie, honey...

We know you're probably busy,

but I just wanted to check on you.

Are you keeping the same cell number?

You said you were.

Anyway, Dad and I miss you

and we'd really like

to hear from you so--

Is this Psych 110, Newbery?

Yes.

- Am I late?

- Not at all. Have a seat.

I'm Rachel. Nice to meet you.

- Jackie.

- Yeah, we know.

- Sandy.

- Hi.

So, is psych your major, too?

Uh, hopefully it will be

my second major.

I'm registered as English Lit for now.

Did you sign up

for research participation yet?

It's a requirement:

graduate student ass-kissing.

I haven't. Thank you.

Research? Like drug testing?

I heard it's pretty stupid, really.

Like how fast can you

name a color or whatever.

We should all do it together as a group

and get it out of the way.

This must be quite a change for you.

Sorry?

From working on that show for so long.

I mean, did you even get

a chance to go to school at all?

Phil...

Um, did Newbery say if the mid-term

was gonna be multiple choice?

Yeah, 'cause he totally can't read.

Unlike Stark...

I heard she makes you

spell everything out.

Who's Stark?

She teaches 209, Abnormal Psych.

It's actually a really good class.

I think I saw her once.

She sleeps with her students,

and when the school finds out

they all mysteriously disappear.

I heard they found

a body once in her trunk.

Zach!

They don't vanish.

They probably just leave the school.

Has she ever tried to do that with you?

I don't think boys are exactly her bag.

I heard she does both.

I heard she was a vampire.

I heard that she's

in the witness protection program

because her dad was in the mob.

Guys, can we please

get back to the textbook?

Is it true that Tyler

was supposed to be gay

and she was going to

come out on the series finale?

I mean, that's why Tyler had

a boy's name and everything.

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