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Aaron Jones 3 years ago
A modern twist of Woody Allen and the French New Wave. Very funny and real.
Kam-Hung Soh 5 years ago
Follow the peripatetic Frances looking for jobs, shared houses and friendship.
Anastasia Loule over 5 years ago
Made me a pessimist...
James Van almost 6 years ago
Like a Woody Allen movie, except I liked it.
Anthony Kozlowski 6 years ago
A terrifying look at the lives of unemployed millennials.
Mario Schievenini 6 years ago
Great depiction of a woman who wants to find who she is. the nailed it with this great one
Michael Cole 6 years ago
Boring with an unlikeable protagonist; decent ending though.
Annika Løchte Taylor 6 years ago
The acting and writing is down to earth which makes it funny in a believable and real way.
Lowfill Tarmak 6 years ago
Kindof sweet story about pursuing your dreams and discover what and who you really love
Adam Meehan over 6 years ago
Neuroses, existential crisis of a quirky 20 something. Shallow, just entertaining enough.
jdpink over 6 years ago
Greta Gerwig. Perfect.
emilio murillo over 6 years ago
Nouvelle Vagueish, fast paced, dynamic film. Honest. Subtle nostalgia all through the film
Austin almost 7 years ago
A fantastic independent production echoing the work of John Cassavetes. Highly recommended
Lizzie almost 7 years ago
Lovely. Brilliant. Radiant.
Robyn Hamilton almost 7 years ago
Not bad as coming of age stories go, wouldn't be arsed watching it again though.
Fernando Olivas almost 7 years ago
Oh, honey!
Hao Lian 7 years ago
great movie two thumbs up ha i'm roger ebert's ghost BOOOOOO
Dominic Dirupo 7 years ago
Stuff white people like
Natasha Marchev over 7 years ago
best! read our full review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
Glenn Kulbako over 7 years ago
Chatty like 'Metropolitan,' Gerwig is great. Beautifully shot, Gordon Willis look.
Shot in black and white, Frances Ha is about an aspiring dancer (co-writer Greta Gerwig) who moves to New York City and becomes caught up in a whirlwind of flighty fair-weather friends, diminishing fortunes and career setbacks. From director Noah Baumbach (Margot at the Wedding, Greenberg).
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