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Rhyming Review For ‘Damsels In Distress’

Greta Gerwig plays the lead role in Whit Stillman’s ‘Damsels In Distress’
She leads a group of college girls who help students with lives that are a mess

They all work at a suicide prevention center and their intentions are all good
Will performing musical dance numbers help these folks, they believe it could

If you’re familiar with Stillman’s films then you know that sharp dialogue is the key
This one’s no different with many characters sounding as intelligent as can be

Some odd story points include showcasing dumb frat guys and obsession with smell
The characters don’t seem to go to class so knowing they’re in college is hard to tell

There are bits of romance mixed into the story both the good side and the bad
When Gerwig’s character gets dumped she goes in a tailspin and acts very sad

She wants to launch an international dance craze and sets out to get that done
The supporting actors are good but played by people not known by everyone

There’s some dry, witty comedy and some quirky moments thrown in too
If you want to watch a smart, funny, dialogue-heavy film, then this one’s for you

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