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Slums of Beverly Hills is an edgy but hugely likeable coming-of-age comedy about Vivian - a young Jewish girl growing up in 1970s Beverly Hills. But the problem for Vivian is that, while most of her neighbourhood might be filled with glamour and wealth, her family haven't got a penny to rub together - and instead of spending time lounging by the pool, she, her brothers and father can most often be found lugging their possessions from one cheap motel to another to avoid the latest bill they can't afford!
Shirin, a bisexual Persian living in Brooklyn, struggles to juggle her numerous identities as she attempts the transition into responsible adulthood.
16+ years 86 mins
Big-hearted road-trip comedy about a seven-year-old from a dysfunctional family who dreams of winning a beauty pageant.
14+ years 101 mins
Terrific and unusual comedy about two wisecracking high school graduates who realise it's time to grow up.
14+ years 107 mins
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