Movie Name The Diary of a Teenage Girl
Directed By Marielle Heller
Music By Nate Heller
Film Writers Marielle Heller
Screen/Dialogue Brandon Trost
CopyRight Holder Sony Pictures Classics
Released Year 2015
Released Country United States
Movie Language English
The Diary of a Teenage Girl Movie Role Details :
Bel Powley is as Minnie Goetze. Kristen Wiig is as Charlotte Worthington. Alexander Skarsgård is as Monroe Rutherford. Christopher Meloni is as Pascal MacCorkill. Austin Lyon is as Ricky Wasserman. Madeleine Waters is as Kimmie Minter. Margarita Levieva is as Tabatha.
The Diary of a Teenage Girl Hollywood Movie Review
The Diary of a Teenage Girl is a Robert Crumb comic spring up. You better trust that I cherished this film. 2015 has given us a great deal of movies to discuss, yet this one went totally under the radar, and it shouldn’t have. This might be the best film of the year, and by a long shot, a standout amongst the most provocative and intrepid pieces in over a year.
It’s a story about growing up around a 15 year-old young lady in the 1970’s, hazardously testing nymphomania with her mom’s 35-year former beau. In the event that that sound’s startling, it ought to be, however that is the point. In the event that movies of the day and age like “Harold and Maude”, “Cabbie” and “Fritz the Cat” ring a bell, you’re perfect. The mid 70’s were a wild, progressive time were standard motion pictures pushed each social limit it could. This takes us back to those times. Perhaps today, the topic isn’t exactly preposterous, however the subtlety and festivity of it’s ridiculousness is irresistible to a crisp, new gathering of people.
Bel Powley is a breakout star. She’s fabulous, and uncannily plays an adolescent, when actually, she’s more established than me. The other star is Kristen Wiig, in the best part I’ve ever observed her in, as the trendy person mother. She’s truly an awesome sensational performer. Most entertainers nowadays appear to be. The blend between cutting edge and liveliness was flawless to take a gander at, and a strong touch to what would’ve been a film similarly as phenomenal without it.