- United Kingdom
- 1h 31min
- Directed by: Dolly Wells
- Cast: Emily Mortimer, Nat Wolff, Grace Van Patten
- UK release: 4 October 2019
Lilian (Van Patten) crashes in the brownstone home of family friend Julia (Mortimer), a reclusive writer, and decides to make a documentary about her. Promising and highly amusing character portrait of a young woman who’s been riding off her good looks and dad’s name; Van Patten’s performance elevates the material, but distracts from the mother-daughter dynamic between Lilian and Julia.
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Reviews & features
Good Posture30 Sep 2019
Grace Van Patten is a dream in the directorial debut of British actress Dolly Wells
For her directorial debut, British actress Dolly Wells (recently seen in Can You Ever Forgive Me?) has chosen a character portrait of an entitled twentysomething slacker with parental issues. Set in the Brooklyn area where Wells now lives, adding to the…
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