GIRL FLU REVIEWED
“Girl Flu” is a pretty typical indie film. While our heroine is a 12 year old coping with her hippie mom, she does it with out being precious. Bird is a young girl who just wants to make things work in a way that a kid could understand. Unfortunately, Starbuck can’t get it together. The film was frustrating for the last half, as I kept wanting to see something beyond the typical melodrama. I never got it. If that sounds like a thing that would bother you, then you’ve got your answer.
- 1 hr and 32 mins
- Not Rated
- Glass House Productions
RELEASE DATE: 9/29/17
The Plot Thus Far
Bird, 12, wise beyond her years, finds herself having to take care of her fun-but-flighty stoner of a mom, Jenny. When Bird is humiliated by getting her first period at the school picnic, the delicate balance at home blows up as Bird and Jenny struggle to navigate the onslaught of change and raging hormones. After making some regrettable decisions along the way, with the help of Jenny’s golden-hearted boyfriend and her rock steady best friend, both mother and daughter discover what it means to really become a woman.
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