"Gerwig is especially on point when Frances banters with her best friend, Sophie (Mickey Sumner), who is speeding into adulthood faster than Frances can keep up. Men drift in and out of the film like Frances’ day jobs, but Frances and Sophie prove with rawness and sincerity that sometimes the most complicated relationship is the friendship between two women."
Read my review of “Frances Ha,” the movie I expected to hate but really loved.

"Gerwig is especially on point when Frances banters with her best friend, Sophie (Mickey Sumner), who is speeding into adulthood faster than Frances can keep up. Men drift in and out of the film like Frances’ day jobs, but Frances and Sophie prove with rawness and sincerity that sometimes the most complicated relationship is the friendship between two women."

Read my review of “Frances Ha,” the movie I expected to hate but really loved.