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Lady Bird creator Greta Gerwig steals this hit comedy about an awkward girl and her complex passions, a critical smash hit for its star and her director, Noah Baumbach.
Comedy 2012 86 mins
Director: Noah Baumbach
Lady Bird creator Greta Gerwig steals this hit comedy about an awkward girl and her complex passions, a critical smash hit for its star and her director, Noah Baumbach. With its nods to Manhattan, Mauvais Sang and the French New Wave, it's romantic, nostalgic and yet thoroughly modern, deserving of its place in Sight & Sound magazine’s films of the year.
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