This documentary, which follows a year in the life of four Toronto girls, is hard to classify according to the groupings on the site. There’s a vixen, a nerd, an outcast, and a rebel. But generally there’s the feeling of of invincibility that’s only available to sixteen year old girls. By letting the girls speak with their own voices, the film is funny and painful, often in the same vignette. The outcast’s tale of losing her virginity is one you’ll never forget. A good film to watch with teenage sons or daughters, or if you’re so beyond your teens that it won’t hurt anymore. [canada, 1992]

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