Excerpt: With her third film, writer/director Eliza Hittman (“Beach Rats”) has proven herself a real auteur, a filmmaker with the uncanny ability to project the inner turmoil of teenagers unable to voice it for themselves.
Excerpt: Softly savage, exposing the unspoken subtext of the lives of girls and women: the mundane but covert garbage that gets piled upon us, the knotted existence too many of us are just barely surviving.
Excerpt: It is all too believable there are thousands of Autumns out there and this is the shadowy world they must navigate due to a cacophony of decisions made by countless figures they will never meet.
Excerpt: In Never Rarely Sometimes Always, director Eliza Hittman focuses on a young girl with few options and little support while dealing with an unwanted pregnancy. The film is filled with grace and compassion; it’s a luminous example of humanism in art.