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Teenage Girls Coming of Age in Brooklyn

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Tulkus

There is something vaguely Wes Anderson-esque about this documentary. It doesn't really say anything, but what it doesn't say would hardly fill the back of a napkin. The only negative is that it ended. I could watch this forever.

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I found this to be a surprisingly intimate look at the lives of several teenaged girls in NYC - I was occasionally astounded at the level of emotional intimacy the girls were willing to allow to be filmed. My main caveat is that I did wish there was more than one girl of color in the film, ...Read more

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Zoe

I loved this. Couldn't have been better if it were scripted!

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