Anna (Melonie Diaz) is in hell: A bad breakup with her girlfriend, her sister's impending wedding, her nightmare-like job answering the phones at a plastic surgery clinic. Her mom's cool with her being a lesbian, in a mom-kinda way ("You could wear a little makeup for your sister's wedding ... I read The Lesbian Handbook, and it didn't say anything about 'no makeup.") But one night leaving work, Anna spots a young lady spray-painting graffiti on the building where she works. After talking to the vandal, Sadie (Nicole Vicius), Anna's politics -- and a few other things -- are aroused when Sadie tells her about the radical agit-art group she's part of, C (i) A, Clits in Action.

Directed by Jamie Babbit (But I'm a Cheerleader) and written by Abagail Shafran and Tina Mabry, Itty Bitty Titty Committee feels like it came out of a short-hop time machine; Sleater-Kinney and Le Tigre blare on the soundtrack, the film's political discussions seem curiously frozen in the late '90s, the group's manifesto is a Xeroxed 'zine and the candy-colored fun times are all as bright and glossy as any Hollywood teen romance comedy. Anna soon discovers that Sadie's part of a larger group of rebel women and locked in a long-term relationship with the older, more politically polished Courtney (Melanie Mayron) ... but still engages in actions with the gang just so she can be near Sadie. This is not that brilliant a long-term strategy. ...