It’s rare to come across a new and exceptional storyteller who manages to capture the human experience so brilliantly. Remember how you felt when Lena Dunam unearthed Tiny Furniture, then Girls? Leah McKendrick follows similar suit with the release of Scrambled. The writer, director, and star of the engaging, irreverent R-rated comedy is a delightful triple threat—she’s smart, shrewd, and funny. A rare comedic force, she fills her new single female-positive comedy with great bon mots and moments of refreshing hilarity. Keep your eyes on this filmmaker.
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