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Elle Fanning’s central performance aside, there’s little to stir the blood in this biopic from Wadjda director Haifaa Al-Mansour.
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Some major young acting talent is put to waste in Christopher Smith’s garbled and derivative neo-noir.
By David Jenkins
Bel Powley shines in Marielle Heller’s refreshingly non-judgmental chronicle of teenage sexuality in ’70s San Francisco.
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