Ginger & Rosa

Ginger & Rosa
Ginger & Rosa




90 minutes


Coming of Age, Drama



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All the passion and pain of being best friends is beautifully captured in this atmospheric coming-of-age tale. Set in 1960s London, the good-looking drama charts the intense relationship between teens Ginger and Rosa (Elle Fanning and Alice Englert). Mates since childhood, they're now inseparable: hanging out or chasing boys, while sharing their dreams for the future. Unfortunately, the growing threat of nuclear war casts a shadow over these youthful hopes, and draws an anxious Ginger into activism, encouraged by her pacifist dad, Roland, whose bohemian nature intrigues both girls. But Rosa's fascination proves to be for the wrong reasons, causing her to betray Ginger and shatter their precious bond, at a time when the whole world seems about to end.

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Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex and suicide references

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