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Never Rarely Sometimes Always review: Exceptional drama explores abortion through eyes of two teen girls

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Sidney Flanigan and Thalia Ryder are excellent in Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Sidney Flanigan and Thalia Ryder are excellent in Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Autumn’s emotional karaoke scene

Autumn’s emotional karaoke scene

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Sidney Flanigan and Thalia Ryder are excellent in Never Rarely Sometimes Always

In America, that land of extremes and entrenched positions, abortion is a battle ground. Freely available in some states, frowned on in others, it continues to provoke bitter arguments, vicious accusations, even exchanges of gunfire. Caught in the middle of all this are the young women afflicted with an unwanted pregnancy, who are often treated as pariahs when they dare to look for help.

It's an emotional subject, no question, but Eliza Hittman approaches it with a cool but sympathetic eye in this moving and perceptive drama that was very well received at Sundance and in Berlin.


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