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Teenage Girls Coming of Age in Brooklyn

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Nadia

at first i was a bit like, oh these privileged kids' lives how boring. but the film is shot beautifully and is very engaging. you get to know the girls very quickly and their lives and parents are fascinating and relatable. a good snapshot of modern middle class adolescence.

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Diane

Would have been nice to see some actual Brooklynites in this film. These chicks are more Nebraska than Brooklyn. Boring.

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Anna

Really enjoyed this film!

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russ

That was a great watch, amazing how much the subjects opened up in painful honesty about their lives. Totally enjoyable!

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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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R

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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Brittany

Yes, I agree completely agree that I wish there was more diversity in the film. Intimate film though.

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Zoe

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

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