Lady Bird
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Lady Bird

Lady Bird Christine McPherson, who prefers to be called Lady Bird – that’s her given name, she insists, because Lady Bird “it was given for me, by me” – is a senior at a Catholic college. Sister Sarah Joan (Lois Smith), the school principal, has just read the essay with which Lady Bird wants to apply to college. “It is clear how much you love Sacramento,” says the sister. That’s something of a surprise, both to Lady Bird and to the audience, who by now know that she is beyond frustrated with her hometown.

That idea, that attention is a form of love (and vice versa), represents beautiful insight and in many ways is the key behind Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig’s beautiful and insightful film. It is the first film for which the actress receives sole credit as a writer and director (she has shared credits with Joe Swanberg and Noah Baumbach in other films). Gerwig, who grew up in Sacramento and is part of the generation admired by the protagonist of her film – set during 2002 and 2003 – knows her characters and their worlds very well. Her affection fills them with grace, unconditionally but not without being critical of them. And if you pay the right attention to Lady Bird, with her phrases and musical parentheses and melodies, her choral fragments and her solos and duets, you will surely love her. It’s hard not to.

Duration: 94 min


IMDb: 7.4