The film tells about Francis, who recently lived in New York. Frances tries to experience a perfect experience by being an apprentice in a dance company, but she is not really a dancer. In the meantime, Francis seems to have the best friend named Sophie but they do not always deal. As time passes, Francis finds herself at a different turning point where she must change her life to a different turn.
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February 20, 2014 Sweet without being saccharine and wrenching without being devastating. Frances Ha is a film of many small surprises, but they contain big, satisfying rewards.Read in Source
Sight and Sound
December 11, 2013 The thoughtfulness and commitment of Gerwig's performance in its shifts from chaotic exuberance to rigorous rehearsal suggest that she is the more interesting artist to watch.Read in Source
December 11, 2013 Few films top Woody Allen's Manhattan for capturing New York City's blend of rapture and apprehension. Noah Baumbach's Frances Ha comes close.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
June 21, 2013 It's a tribute to Gerwig's performance, somehow both clumsy and elegant, that she wins us over despite ourselves, that we come to appreciate her aimlessness in a goal-oriented society ...Read in Source
December 19, 2013 (Gerwig's) willingness to hold absolutely nothing back deserves mad respect and can't help but make a viewer feel guilty for finding it all quite exasperating.Read in Source
December 11, 2013 Writing with Gerwig, Baumbach has created a fey, sneakily charming generational touchstone on a par with Annie Hall and his own Gen Y col-grad comedy Kicking and Screaming.Read in Source
December 11, 2013 As Frances literally dances her way through the streets of New York, you can't help smiling and knowing she will be OK. She will figure out how to be the adult she was meant to be.Read in Source
July 23, 2013 In your twenties you decide on the final version of you. Sophie is working on it; Frances is stuck in her crazy, clueless, can't-pay-the-rent stage.Read in Source
ReelTalk Movie Reviews
December 18, 2013 Game and not a self-promoting booster, always slightly outside the loop, the title character accepts what is dealt without complaint or anger.Read in Source
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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