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Never Rarely Sometimes Always
Dir.: Eliza Hittman | 101 minutes

Never Rarely Sometimes Always

USA 2020 | 101 minutes | English | Hebrew subtitles

One of the most talked-about films of the year and winner of the Silver Bear at the Berlinale, is a low-budget, starless American film written and directed by a respected but not so well known director: 40 year-old Eliza Hittman. The film deals with the very sensitive subject of abortions and follows a teenager from a small town in Pennsylvania who wants to abort an unwanted pregnancy, but it is illegal in her state. She takes her cousin with her to New York City to take care of the problem. Never Rarely Sometimes Always is a moving and unique work; Variety gave it five stars, praising the film's ability to combine a dreamy atmosphere with a cruel reality and calling it a "quietly devastating gem."