Why You Should Watch: Ginger & Rosa

The fracturing friendship between two 16-year-old girls creatively embodies arguments about feminism, radical politics and nuclear threat in early 1960s London.
Sally Potter wrote and directed British artist, composer and filmmaker Sally Potter pushes boundaries and explores ideas in lush and interesting ways – whether she’s making a film about a gender-bending time-traveller (Orlando, 1992), depi...
Artificial performances hurt authenticity of '60s London tale.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: In Ginger & Rosa, Sally Potter’s look back at the tail end of England’s 'angry young man’ phase, the writer-director indicates that young (and older) women of the era had more than a bit to be angry about too....