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Dakota Johnson in the movie Am I okay?

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Dakota Johnson in the movie Am I okay?

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Am I okay? is about what happens when you finally come to accept your sexuality much later in life than many do. Dakota Johnson and Sonoya Mizuno play two women in their 30s who have been best friends for a long time. But Johnson's character struggles with the possibility that she is queer — and with the fact that her dearest friendship is in trouble. The film, directed by Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne, is streaming on Max.

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