Young Woman's Blues 

Frances Ha takes modern indie on an invigorating, new-wave spin.

Indie-film stalwart Greta Gerwig gets her fullest showcase as the title character in Frances Ha, a quick-stepping, black-and-white entry-to-adulthood comedy. Flipping the script on the Manic Pixie Dream Girl ideal, the awkwardly effervescent Gerwig may well be a muse for filmmaker/boyfriend Noah…

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