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Frances Ha

Noah Baumbach (2012)

I’m so embarrassed. I’m not a real person yet.

Frances Ha (2013), Noah Baumbach

This film was recommended ages ago to me, by my good friend Janina who thought I would enjoy it. Directed by Noah Baumbach, “Frances Ha”, explores the story of a 20-something year old in New York City, just trying to figure herself out. 743 more words

House Of The Devil (2009) - 6.5/10

So the 80’s were fun, weren’t they?

Well, no. Not really. Actually, I was born in the early 80’s, so I guess most of it passed by before I was old enough to really start forming solid memories of the decade. 1,812 more words

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The hit man as dramaturg (or how I spent my summer holiday)

It being summer, you can’t help but be drawn to Bullets Over Broadway. It is after all,┬áthe festive season when theatre people assemble en masse in Edmonton – waiters turn back into actors, actors let slip they really want to┬ádirect, and everyone is doing re-writes… 1,134 more words

Stagestruck

Frances Ha (2012) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Frances Ha (2012) Directed by Noah Baumbach. With Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner, Adam Driver, Michael Esper amd Grace Gummer.

Principally, a collaborative effort between director Noah Baumbach, and star, Greta Gerwig, Frances Ha is a low budget character study of a scatterbrained New York woman using her social situations to keep her world afloat, amid the fast-changing pace of city life. 182 more words

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Hannah Takes the Stairs (2007)

Write this down men: Twenty-something blondes who play the trumpet are bad news.

Recent college-grad Hannah (Greta Gerwig) is working as an intern at a production company and realizes that she needs to make a big change in her life if she wants to be happy at all. 1,167 more words

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Film Review: Damsels in Distress

Damsels in Distress is a film about a clique of young women at a private college on the East Coast of America. We follow them over the course of a year, seen primarily through the eyes of new transfer student Lily (Annaleigh Tipton), who is taken into the group upon arrival (and slightly against her will) and group leader Violet (Greta Gerwig). 383 more words

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