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Eliza Hittman

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    Why Are So Many Indie Movies Set In Brooklyn?

    Once was a time when Brooklyn was a bit exotic. When iconic sites (Coney Island, Red Hook, Brighton Beach) showed up in movies, they usually symbolized the borough's ethnic vigor and a kind of throwback authenticity signifying the “real” New York, as opposed to the churning glass-and-steel Moloch of...

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    Trailer Watch: Eliza Hittman's It Felt Like Love

    "It Felt Like Love" follows working-class Brooklynite Lila, a 14-year-old who's tired of being the third wheel to her sexually experienced friend Chiara and her boyfriend. Wanting a taste of adulthood herself, Lila pursues an older boy she meets at the beach.

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