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Terry Hunter reviews INBETWEEN GIRL

Updated: May. 15, 2022 at 11:42 AM HST
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Streaming movie sites have been great for independent filmmakers. Twenty years ago a small, quality film like INBETWEEN GIRL would never have been seen in Hawaii. Now, it’s just a few clicks away. The film is a wise and realistic coming of age comedy/drama about a 16 year old girl who is the only Asian student in a private high school in Galveston Texas. This movie understands the messy complications of adolescence and racism and doesn’t shrink from dealing with them. The main character is Angie Chen, a talented artist and soccer player who is not part of her school’s in crowd. She’s played by newcomer Emma Galbraith. First time feature filmmaker Mei Makino wrote and directed. (Showing for $4.99 on Amazon, You Tube, Apple TV, Google Play) Note: The title really is “INBETWEEN GIRL” with no space between “in” and “between.” If you search for it online and include a space, you come up with nothing, so it’s important to leave the spelling the way it is with no space.