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Peyman Asadi 3 years ago
متفاوت از تمام فیلم هایی که تا به حال به دوران بلوغ و گذار به دنیای بزرگسالی ساخته شده!
Kam-Hung Soh almost 5 years ago
Intense coming-of-age story.
Ryan Parker over 7 years ago
Solid acting but dragged on for too long. Characters were mostly unlikeable for me.
Neil Cooke over 7 years ago
Paquin was great, but her character was made unbelievable by overly precocious eloquence.
Andy Brandt almost 8 years ago
Anna Paquin is great in this. I really liked the dialogue. Instantly a favorite of mine.
Tim Jules Hull almost 8 years ago
running time too long for such neurosis.
Jennifer Rolfe almost 8 years ago
Fabulous. Anna Paquin was great.
Anika Cooke almost 6 years ago
Jeremy almost 6 years ago
Matteo Satta almost 7 years ago
Sean Buckley over 7 years ago
Maria Andrea over 7 years ago
Ed Wong over 7 years ago
Amanda Lane over 7 years ago
matt sawkill over 7 years ago
Rusty over 7 years ago
Seij Hai over 7 years ago
Sam Bowman over 7 years ago
Tomislav Pavicic over 7 years ago
Margaret is a American drama film written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan, who previously directed You Can Count On Me, which was released in 2000 and nominated for two Academy Awards. Margaret originally was scheduled for release in 2007 by Fox Searchlight Pictures, but was continuously delayed while Lonergan struggled to create a final cut he was satisfied with, resulting in multiple law suits. Eventually, Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker finished editing a final cut of this film which Lonergan approved, and Fox Searchlight Pictures released the film limitedly in the United States on September 30, 2011. The story revolves around a 17-year-old New York City high school student named Lisa Cohen (Anna Paquin), who may have contributed to a bus accident in Manhattan's Upper West Side. Lisa's mother, Joan (played by Lonergan's wife, J. Smith-Cameron), is a single mom grappling with parenting and her acting career. A sexually active teen, Lisa inappropriately flirts with one of her...
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