Never Rarely Sometimes Always – Review

Eliza Hittman’s first feature Beach Rats was a humanistic portrayal of a young man’s sexuality. Her work is such an empathic exploration – a near silent musing on someone’s journey. Hittman’s approach to her characters and the story is powerful and evocative, continuing with the brilliant Never Rarely Sometimes Always. Starring Sidney Flanigan in her debut film, Never Rarely Sometimes Always revolves around Autumn, a … Continue reading Never Rarely Sometimes Always – Review