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Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang (2012)

Foxfire (original title)
Not Rated | | Crime, Drama | 2 January 2013 (France)
Set in the 1950s, a a group of young girls in upstate New York form their own gang.

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Laurent Cantet

Writers:

Laurent Cantet (screenplay), Joyce Carol Oates (novel) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Raven Adamson Raven Adamson ... Legs
Katie Coseni Katie Coseni ... Maddy
Madeleine Bisson Madeleine Bisson ... Rita O'Hagan
Claire Mazerolle ... Goldie
Paige Moyles Paige Moyles ... Lana
Rachael Nyhuus Rachael Nyhuus ... Violet Kahn
Lindsay Rolland-Mills ... VV
Alexandria Ferguson Alexandria Ferguson ... Marsha
Ian Matthews ... Mr. Buttinger
Ali Liebert ... Muriel Orvis
Brandon McGibbon ... Ab Sadovsky
Gary Reineke Gary Reineke ... Le père Theriault
Ron Gabriel Ron Gabriel ... Uncle Wirtz
Tamara Hope ... Marianne
Briony Glassco ... Mrs. Kellogg
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Set in the 1950s, a a group of young girls in upstate New York form their own gang.

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Crime | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 January 2013 (France) See more »

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Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang See more »

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2 hours and 15 minutes I'll never get back.
15 January 2017 | by ready4fun01See all my reviews

This film was only marginally a 2...it really deserved a 1. A few of the actresses were decent some of the time...but overall this was a total waste of film, and a total waste of my time to watch. There was nothing about the plot or the characterizations that made me want to keep going after the first 30 minutes...but I kept persevering, although I should have gone with my first impulses and stopped then. The only thing in the whole movie which wasn't a waste of time was the soundtrack--some good choices of more obscure '50s jump boogie contrasting with the more mainstream pop of the era. As for the more recent music in the movie, I don't have anything good to say about Taylor Kirk except that he seems a Leonard Cohen wannabe. Poor scripting, marginal acting, bad accents...and although I've never read the Joyce Carol Oates book on which it was based, I know now why I don't want to. I've also never seen the earlier movie based on the book, but I certainly saw nothing in this movie that would make me want to watch another crack at the same material. If you have any interest in good filmmaking, don't waste your time watching this trash.


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