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'Ginger & Rosa' Review: Affecting Portrait of Girls on the Verge

14 March 2013 2:05 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Growing up is hard to do, as countless coming-of-age movies have shown, some more affectingly than others. With "Ginger & Rosa," British avant-garde filmmaker Sally Potter ("Orlando"), offers up a strong entry into the field with what is by far her most appealingly mainstream film to date. An intimate character study, "Ginger & Rosa" is set in England in 1962. It's told mainly from the viewpoint of Ginger (Elle Fanning), a 16-year old budding poet growing up in post-wwii England alongside her best friend, Rosa (Alice Englert, the daughter of director Jane »

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