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Review of Lady Bird
by Chrysanthemums
Posted on May 6th, 2018
Neutral 2
Overall Rating
this would work out better if i were an american quirky girl with troublesome attitude trying to escape to a more sophisticated environtments. which sadly i wasnt any of those. okay, maybe expect one. im a (cute) girl. the film tells a story about some girl unfortunately born from a third-rate family. she envy her friends who are prettier and richer than her. even, at some point in the film lied about her house being the biggest in the neighborhood (actually, it was her dream house. so she did want that house to be hers.) and did some troublesome prank just to get close to her pretty and rich classmate. other than that—the anxiety of losing virginity, falling in love with someone on theatre, hooked up with some dorky guy from the band, conflicting relationship with mother, wanting to go somewhere away from home— i find these were the steps to an adulthood for most girls. (especially americans. though im not really sure why.) but what im pointing out is that the environment plays a vital role here and sadly the place im living in is a whole different world than the place depicted here. my loss, i know.  despite those inconveniences, i still find this as an alright movie. an earnest take of coming of age from greta gerwig. certainly a good debut.

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