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52 Tuesdays movie rating: green light

52 Tuesdays green light

Compassionate Australian drama about a teenaged girl’s sexual awakening that is complicated by her mother’s transgender transition to manhood. A smart, adventurous film shot in real time, every Tuesday for a year, that takes us on an unusual but still recognizable personal journey of a close-knit parent and child.
I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

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green light 4 stars

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52 Tuesdays (2015)
US/Can release: Mar 27 2015
UK/Ire release: Aug 07 2015

MPAA: not rated
BBFC: rated 15 (strong sex references, sex, strong language)

viewed at a private screening with an audience of critics

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