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Film of the week: Jeune femme is a divisive portrait of a flamboyantly chaotic young woman

The heroine of Léonor Serraille's film comes across, at points, as a vulnerable, deluded individual and at others an enviably free spirit confronting the world’s hypocrisies. Is the trope of female messiness feminist or quite the reverse, asks Hannah McGill?
Hannah McGill
Wednesday 23 May 2018

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