All This Panic (2017)
Critic Consensus: All This Panic offers an unvarnished look at the lives of young American women whose less compelling moments are more than balanced out by documentarian Jenny Gage's empathetic approach.
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Critic Reviews for All This Panic
The result is a pensive, gorgeous meditation on what it means to grow up.
[Filmmakers Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton] got close to them as Brooklyn neighbors and spent three years following them as they matured and began to separate from parents and forge their own identities.
Adopting a meandering, free-flowing structure and woozily intimate photography, the director, Jenny Gage, and her husband, the cinematographer Tom Betterton, follow close and listen well.
A composite portrait of girlhood, refracted - not especially rich in groundbreaking insight, but often shimmering with feeling.
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I seriously couldn’t tell most of these girls apart, so I had a pretty confusing time trying to keep track of which story belonged to who. Didn’t help that their hair styles kept changing! Okay, I admit I have a bit of a problem in my life recognizing faces. Documentary wasn’t bad. The girls lives weren’t super interesting for the most part, some little dramas and life choices. Mostly liked it despite my confusion.
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