In this alternate take on what happened in the Garden of Eden, Lilith decides to illuminate Eve to the truth about Adam and who is the first woman.

Director(s) Sam de Ceccatty
Screenplay By Manon Ardisson, Sam De Ceccatty
Date Released (Film Festival – Tribeca Film Festival) 6/14/2022
Genre(s) Comedy, Animation, Religious
Duration 7 Minutes
Content Rating Not Rated
Noted Cast
Eve Aimee Lou Wood
Lilith Susan Wakoma
Adam Conor Kennedy

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Film Summary

Around the time that Eve bites the apple, Lilith appears and ruins Adam’s big lie that he is all-important and Eve exists to serve him. With that, Eve questions everything she was told, much to the chagrin of Adam.

Things To Note

  • Reason(s) for Film Rating: Cursing (Yup), Sexual Content (Nudity, animal sex), Miscellaneous (Implied drug use)

Character Descriptions

Please Note: This character guide is not an exhaustive list of every cast member, and character descriptions may contain what can be considered spoilers.


Naïve and way too trusting in Adam, Eve believes her purpose is to serve Adam as God intended. At least until she realizes she is Adam’s second wife.


With realizing Adam would never see her as his equal, Lilith left, and Adam demonized her. Which makes her return to the Garden of Eden for some “forbidden fruit” horrifying for him.


A man baby, who is malicious and petty, Adam likes being taken care of and hates when the dynamic he has manipulated Eve into is threatened.


Our Rating: Positive (Worth Seeing)Recommended


A Fun Take On Eve, Lilith, and Adam

“Lilith and Eve” gives almost “Luv U Cuz” vibes in that it explores something different. “Lilith and Eve” gives a fun take on Adam and Eve, and with most religious adaptations being overtly serious and lacking any sort of fun element, this is a nice change of pace. Also, taking note it brings up source material for Eve and Lilith, there is this whole vibe that if this was to become a series, it could poke fun at or show people the madness of the bible and illuminate people in a similar fashion to “Drunk History.” Granted, with some creative license, but considering how many people live their lives because of the text, it could be a win-win situation to get people to check the facts and learn a few stories from the book?

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  • Recommended: Some of the best-seen movies we have ever watched and mentioned to friends, family, and strangers as films that need to be seen.
  • Positive (Worth Seeing): Whether you’ll have to go to the movies, download, or stream, movies of this category are worth your time and money with few, if any, qualms from us.
  • Mixed (Divisive): Due to this movie having a few quirks, of which may work for some and for others be a problem, we believe your enjoyment of this movie will depend on your taste.
  • Negative (Acquired Taste): While one or two elements kept us going until the end, unfortunately, we’re of the opinion this film never reached the potential it was marketed to have.

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Lilith (Susan Wakoma) and Sam (Jake Graf) before Sam flies off with Lilith to hang out
Lilith and Eve (2022) – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)
While it may rub some people the wrong way, "Lilith and Eve" is one of the most exciting shorts you'll want to see become something more, rather than premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival and then disappear.
A Fun Take On Eve, Lilith, and Adam

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