"Ginger & Rosa" movie quotes provide the dialogue to the coming-of-age movie about two best friends who grow apart as they and the world changes. The British drama film was written and directed by Sally Potter and distributed by Artificial Eye. "Ginger & Rosa" premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival before it's October 19, 2012, release in the UK and March 15, 2013, release in the US.
In "Ginger & Rosa," the title characters portrayed by Elle Fanning and Alice Englert, respectively, are teen girls in London in 1962 and the best of friends. They are virtually inseparable as they skip school, hang out and discuss things like hairstyles and politics together. They also share the fact that their mothers, including Ginger's mother Natalie (Christina Hendricks), are quite frustrated and unhappy with their lives.
The relationship between Ginger and Rosa however changes when news of the Cuban Missile Crisis hits. Ginger, on the urging of her free-spirited father Roland (Alessandro Nivola), stresses about the Cold War and wants nothing more to protest for peace, which she does and later regrets. Rosa on the other hand is more interested in smoking and boys, especially Roland. This stress causes both to question if they are truly meant to be lifelong best friends or if they should go their separate ways sooner rather than later.If "Ginger & Rosa" is not quote your cup of tea, many other movies are playing at the same time including "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, "Emperor," "Dead Man Down," "Oz: The Great and Powerful," "Stoker," "Phantom," "Jack and the Giant Slayer," "Dark Skies," "Snitch," "Beautiful Creatures," "Escape From Planet Earth 3D," "A Good Day to Die Hard," "Safe Haven," "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III," "Side Effects," and "Identity Thief."
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