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Alanna Bennett
Tell me some of your favorite women-directed movies. I want to get a good rec list going. I’ll go first: I think Laggies is underrated!
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Obviously Jupiter Ascending is a masterpiece. DEBS is a really fun distraction. An Education remains stunning. You know I’m gonna be screaming about Lady Bird til it wins literal oscars.
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Clueless is one of the greatest movies OF ALL TIME. Also directed and written flawlessly by a woman (Amy Heckerling).
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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You know I still stan Virgin Suicides, which needs to be taught in classes about adapting books to the screen
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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DAUGHTERS. OF. THE. DUST.
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Sometimes I just stare into space thinking about Sarah Polley & Take This Waltz & Stories We Tell
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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We should have more statues devoted to Nora Ephron
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Selma was such a beautiful meditation on heroism and iconicity
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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I will go to bat for The Parent Trap (and Nancy Meyers is a cashmere-souled legend)
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut being WHIP IT does not get nearly the props it deserves, because that movie is FUCKING GREAT and I want a thousand more movies from her
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Anything Gina Prince Bythewood touches turns to emotionally affecting gold
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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I want to paper my walls with the Obvious Child screenplay
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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ALL I WANNA DO is a classic no one’s heard of and I could (and do) rewatch it at LEAST once a year
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Waitress was so life-affirming to me as a Hollywood-obsessed Teen
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I will fight anyone about how good Jennifer’s Body is
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Real Women Have Curves! Yes!! Iconic
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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I didn’t know John Tucker Must Die* was directed by a woman until this very moment!! *the best movie
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Literally just refreshing my mentions and seeing so many movies I didn’t think of/haven’t seen brings me so much joy, there are so many new ones for me to watch
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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You basically have no excuse not to hire a woman director.
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Greatest ever, Gurinder DID THAT
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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I fucking adore Edge of Seventeen and this is a GREAT point about pairing it with Lady Bird
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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The only Little Women I recognize aside from the one where Sutton Foster belts “Astonishing”
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Oh my god SAME, the way that movie paints complicated motherhood really hits me somewhere deep every time
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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Alanna Bennett 18 Nov 17
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