“Luckiest Girl Alive” revolves around the perfect life of Ani Fanelli, a writer at a popular women’s magazine, engaged to a loving, preppie, financially stable man

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Based on a New York Times best-selling novel by author Jessica Knoll, Luckiest Girl Alive tells the story of a magazine writer who’s aiming to make it to the top rankings of the writing world

The interesting choice that Luckiest Girl Alive makes is to establish Ani as an unreliable narrator. You constantly hear Ani's voiceover contradicting a lot of what she does and says onscreen

Luckiest Girl Alive is hardly a far cry from real-life stories sadly because  it's not too far-fetched to think how willing entire communities can be to believe in a girl or woman’s “bad” reputation

The movie plays with our perception of innocence and forgiveness by making its worst character an unquestionable victim

Ani believed that Luke was in love with her because she had the “edge.” To men such as Luke Harrington, a woman who is passionate about her job, hates babies in general, and has some dark secrets

Luke knew her past, but she was not necessarily honest with him. At a pizza place, Ani gobbles down two slices when Luke goes to the washroom

An independent documentary filmmaker, Aaron Wickersham, expressed his intention to interview Ani to discuss the 1999 private school gun shootout she was a part of