Never Rarely Sometimes Always

This is a film about a girl that gets pregnant at 17.  No mention is made of who the father is and obviously this is done intentionally.  This film is unique in that it goes through a day (rather, a few days) in the life of a girl that just found out that she is pregnant.  There isn’t a lot of conversation about what is going on and we don’t get a lot of information about what the girl is thinking outside of the expressions on her face.   While there is a resolution (I hate saying it like that) the film ends in the same kind of cold way in which it began.

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Movie title: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Movie description: A pair of teenage girls in rural Pennsylvania travel to New York City to seek out medical help after an unintended pregnancy.

Date published: 2020-07-03

Director(s): Eliza Hittman

Actor(s): Sidney Flanigan, Talia Ryder, Théodore Pellerin, Ryan Eggold, Sharon Van Etten, Eliazar Jimenez, David Buneta, Christian Clements, Sam Dugger, Aurora Richards, Rose Elizabeth Richards, Brian Altemus, Lizbeth MacKay, Mia Dillon, John Ballinger Sr., Drew Seltzer, Amy Tribbey, Bill Vila, Omar Dugue, Bryse Gregory, Denise Pillott, Sipiwe Moyo, April Szykeruk, Ronnick McCoy, Jingjing Tian, Guy A. Fortt, Cassandra Pogensky, Carolina Espiro, Kelly Chapman, Frank Chavez, Michael Erik, Salem Murphy, Kim Rios Lin, Sonia Luz Rose Mena, Alana Barrett-Adkins, Kaeta Jarkow, Tate Pontone, Julia Grant, Tommy Kelly, Nolan Schaffer, Zachary Dill, Tamara Lee, Zachary Asnis

Genre: Drama

My Review

This is a film about a girl that gets pregnant at 17.  No mention is made of who the father is and obviously this is done intentionally.  This film is unique in that it goes through a day (rather, a few days) in the life of a girl that just found out that she is pregnant.  There isn’t a lot of conversation about what is going on and we don’t get a lot of information about what the girl is thinking outside of the expressions on her face.   While there is a resolution (I hate saying it like that) the film ends in the same kind of cold way in which it began.

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