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[Tribeca Review] All This Panic

15 April 2016 8:21 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Shot over a three-year period in Brooklyn, All This Panic offers a frequently disjointed look at the interior lives of several ordinary, middle-class Brooklynite teen girls as they search for meaning. This period is often quite innocent, despite the influence of drugs and parental mental illness, with immediacy rendered in bizarre aesthetic framing and frantic editing.

Directed by Jenny Gage in close collaboration with cinematographer Tom Betterton, All This Panic is largely a retread of teenage documentary and ethnographic narratives that have previously offered a more interesting study of New York City’s youth (Jim McKay’s Our Song and Mark Street’s little-seen Rockaway — also a Tribeca selection from 2005 — come to mind first). The girls being traced are never quite as interesting or engaging as Gage and Betterton believe them to be, navigating teen topics such as boys, drinking, tattoos, college, and eventually having a family. Opening as a diary of sorts, »

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