DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL – Review by Susan Granger

“I just had sex!” proclaims precocious 15 year-old Minnie Goetz into her cassette-tape audio diary, as she strides through San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park in her high-waisted bell-bottoms and platform shoes. Set in 1976, as Patty Hearst’s kidnapping/bank robbery dominates TV-viewing, the story revolves around Minnie (Bel Powley), her mother Charlotte (Kristen Wiig), and Charlotte’s boy-friend Monroe (Alexander Skarsgard).

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DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL, RICKI AND THE FLASH, KAHLIL GIBRAN’S THE PROFIT and other August 7 Openers – Reviews by Jennifer Merin

The Diary of a Teenage Girl is the must-see, especially if you’re interested in challenging, stimulating feminist cinema. Ricki and

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