Saint Frances (2020)
Critic Consensus: Saint Frances approaches an array of weighty issues with empathy, humor, and grace -- and marks star and writer Kelly O'Sullivan as a tremendous talent to watch.
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What looks like a throwaway about a precocious kid and her nanny is actually one of the best and gutsiest movies you'll find anywhere these pandemic days-a fun-time trailblazer that retains its rough edges to that last. It's some kind of miracle.
The feminism comes with wry twists in a film that's alive at every moment to the meaning of family in all its configurations, and to the self-doubts, uncertainties, and joys of growing up female.
Kelly O'Sullivan writes and stars in the small masterpiece that's both thought-provoking and wildly entertaining.
By the end, the authenticity of their bond feels so well-earned that you might not mind watching another movie about them growing up with each other.
I liked its ability to tackle potentially tricky and weighty subjects with really refreshing honesty and a matter-of-fact nature.
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