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Ladybird, Ladybird

Rated R for strong language and intense depiction of domestic abuse.

R 102min.
 
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A single mother struggles against the British social service system and her own troubled past in director Ken Loach's brutally realistic drama. Coming from a background of abuse and poverty, the hardened Maggie (Crissy Rock) has already suffered ... Read More
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