Review: ‘Saint Frances’ is an honest look at adulthood

Saint Frances

The myth of the adult having their lives together is a pervasive one. We all create personas for ourselves and project outwardly that we are in control, that we have goals and a life we love, and most importantly: that we’re ok. Of course, many of aren’t ok. Maybe even most of us.

Saint Frances, the story of an aimless thirty-something who takes a summer job as a nanny, is a story about how people don’t have their shit together and might be one of the most honest films I’ve seen in ages.

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