In Review: Support The Girls

Writer/director Andrew Bujalski does something impossible with his newest comedy, Support The Girls: create something sweet and optimistic about American corporate misogyny and indifference. At the end of its contractual casual cruelty is a hard-won optimism that’s true to the service industry it depicts, the backbone of an economic institution regularly pushed to its breaking point. How he makes something so warm out of unfeeling capitalism is a bit of a marvel. But then again, the film is bolstered by a rich and hilarious female ensemble, led by contemporary underrated legend Regina Hall.


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