To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is a love letter to yourself. Surrealist imagery
and tongue in cheek symbolism address the heteronormative privilege awarded to attached women, contrasted with the feelings of longing and inadequacy
experienced by women without a man to love them. A girl sits within her gothic fairytale confines, waiting for the phone to ring… A darkly humorous, stylish
examination of why he never calls when he says he’ll call and a gentle reminder to stop giving a f****.