The Waitress

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Music and Movies

 

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Danielle A

 

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November 2, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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In some ways this film is quite brave. The unflinching portrayal of sadness has a rawness about it. Jenna's discomfort and occasional disgust at the stranger growing inside her is an unselfconsciously honest look at an aspect of pregnancy that is generally taboo. This likable small-town comedy is made poignant by its tragic context...
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The shocking and inexplicable murder of writer and director Adrienne Shelly, who also stars as Dawn, is eerily unbelievable. Shelly wrote the script while pregnant and has said that "Waitress" was essentially a love letter to her only daughter, Sophie. Though the film was complete at the time of Shelly's death she will never know that her film was selected for Sundance...
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