Directed by Mélanie Laurent
Charlie, a 17-year-old girl tortured by doubt, is thrilled when she becomes friends with Sarah, but when Sarah tires of Charlie and looks for a new friend, their relationship takes an ominous turn.
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★★★★★ review by Taz on Letterboxd
I hope all those crusty old white male directors know that Mélanie Laurent is coming for them
★★★★ review by davidehrlich on Letterboxd
Melanie Laurent directs the ungodly *shit* out of this shrewd study of teenage insecurities and psychosexual violence. like BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR but better, more fun, and half as long. and has a long-take for the ages.
★★★★½ review by Anna on Letterboxd
remember when i thought this was going to be a cute little indie film about teenage gays...
★★★★½ review by Lucy on Letterboxd
it's scary how accurately this captures the intensity and insanity of relationships between young girls. i hate how much i related to this.
★★★★ review by brat pitt on Letterboxd
it's called breathe because you won't be able to during the whole last half hour
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