The Fits

The Fits
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Amelia

no story it sucked had keep forwarding it the dancers were painful to watch

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Allan

Fantastic coming of age story. Amazing that this was a debut feature for Holmer. Incredibly confident direction. Royalty Hightower is going to be a star.

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Juan

beautifully shot film. Story was bleh

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Dj

It’s ok

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Jed

wow! I feel so glad I've seen this film. so beautiful, so compelling, so quiet. my favorite kind of movie!

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Dionne

Wanted this to be another Girlhood but Storyline matters. Cinematography is what may be making everyone rant and rave.

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Ariel

What I love the most about The Fits is Holmer's focus on observational storytelling, resulting in an eerie, unsettling feeling throughout. A unique take of the classic coming-of-age story, by far. Young Royalty Hightower is an absolute star.

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Chanel

"assurance that every shot holds weight so don get sick jus lift up and learn to fly"cocobirdi

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