Lady Bird by Greta Gerwig Overview: Lady Bird has given herself her own name, a step closer to living her own life, hopefully, complete with an acceptance letter to any liberal arts school in New York that will take her. Unfortunately for Christine "Lady Bird", life isn't as easy to change as you name. Even if her family doesn't have as much money as she would like and her mother isn't as supportive as she'd like and people aren't always as good as they seem, Lady Bird must get over the wrong side of the tracks in Sacramento to get on to the better things the world has to offer her. Overall: 5 Characters: 5 Lady Bird blew me away. I loved her, which is important considering how character driven this film is. She's witty and driven, and she, like all of us, wants things that can't exist and tries a lot of different ways to find that feeling of satisfaction. Even though she spends most of the movie fighting against the tide of the world, eve
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