January 3rd, 2010


more trailers Bloomington

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 5.7/10 (779 voted)

Director: Fernanda Cardoso

Stars: Allison McAtee, Sarah Stouffer, Katherine Ann McGregor

Allison McAtee - Catherine
Sarah Stouffer - Jackie
Katherine Ann McGregor - Lillian
Erika Heidewald - Sandy
Chelsea Rogers - Rachel
Matthew W. Allen - Pool Player
J. Blakemore - Wade
Seth Cheek - Teaching Assistant
Jim Dougherty - Professor Newberry
John Dreher - Tommy
Jonny Dumser - TJ
Steven Durgarn - Professor Hecht (as Donald A. Becker)
Kayla Gill - Female Reporter
Chris Koon - College Student
Ana Liza Platt - R.A.


Official Website: Official site |

Release Date: 3 Jan 2010

Did You Know?

"Bloomington" was filmed in Carmel and Columbus, Indiana.

Continuity: Jackie drops a cap from the cleaning agent bottle in the washing machine, but as she looks inside the machine, the cap is screwed on the bottle.

Catherine: It's like if you... if you deny yourself something long enough... for whatever self-imposed reason, you know, the moment you are faced with any real external imposition you're going to voluntarily want to do the thing that you were trying so hard not to do.

User Review

More romantic than drama.

Rating: 7/10

I was fortunate to be given a DVD screener of this from a friend. At first i thought i was not going to like it one bit as i am more into action movies, but watched it from start to finish and found it to be quite good acting and also quite a good story. I imagined there was going to be something sinister due to the fact that it is a story about a sexual, or lesbian relationship between -teacher and student and was expecting to see a teacher stalking a young student but that does not happen and Jackie (the student) accepts the first kiss in an isolated area of the school grounds quite willingly.From then on the movie evolves mainly focused on the romance that develops between the two of them. Catherine,(the professor) reminded me somewhat of Sharron Stone when she acted in the movie-Basic instinct.I found this to be light hearted and romantic and the only drama was when Jackie decides to return Home and the relationship is threatened.There is no erotica or nude scenes as some would expect with our modern day films. probably not one you would race to the box office over but i found it quite a relaxing watch.