Posted: September 21, 2014 | Author: Donald | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Bryan Bratt, Dakota Fanning, Emily Browning, God Help the Girl, Hannah Murray, Kevin Kline, Matt Kane, Max Casella, Olly Alexander, Pierre Boulanger, Richard Glatzer, Sean Flynn, Stuart Murdoch, Susan Sarandon, The Last of Robin Hood, Wash Westmoreland | 21 Comments »
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The new movie God Help the Girl, writer/director Stuart Murdoch’s maiden voyage of a film, has, at its core, a group of young people who must be the best dressed teens on the face of the planet.
Now, I don’t know whether to call their style hipster, retro, throwback or ironic (or, as one of my college professors once had included on his multiple choice tests, e. all of the above, f. none of the above, or g. some of the above, please specify), but I do know that everyone on screen is dressed within an inch of their lives in outfits that made me think they did nothing all day but stand in front of a mirror, mixing and matching, matching and mixing. Read the rest of this entry »