White Girl

White Girl
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Joe

Very bothering movie.

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Chase

Rarely does a film so incisively and unapologetically capture the zetigeist in the manner of White Girl. Elizabeth Wood's directorial debut is a whirlwind steeped in style, solid performances, and anchored with a moral conscience. Both excruciating and exhilarating, 'White Girl' will leave ...Read more

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Stuart

Great movie.

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Thembi

I didn't last 15 min... She invites a thug to her apartment after he didn't even offer to help her move a couch?? I can't !

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Tdtdt

A very adept study of white privilege and young love in modern USA.

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Melanie

This comment hit the nail on the head.

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