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EMBRACE is a frank documentary by Australian photographer Taryn Brumfitt that was inspired by her own body image and self acceptance issues.
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It has an indisputably worthy message, and should be essential viewing for young people.
At 90 minutes, the film is too long, but it is never dull, partly because its edited with pace and humour.
Its a valuable and instructive lesson, but not one thats always suited to the documentary format.
Embrace is an uplifting and engaging film with plenty of guts, setting out the social parameters that constrain women of almost all ages by impossible ..
A highly accessible and refreshingly honest Australian made documentary, Embrace is transmitting a valuable message all women should be hearing loud a ..
Embrace will give you critical perspective and inspire you to stop hating on yourself so much, to stop being so self obsessed, and to just live your d ..
Movie Review: Embrace NZIntFilmFestival The trailer for Embrace, Taryn Brumfitts documentary on the effects of body image pressures.
Embrace is Brumfitts fight back manifesto, a stirring and highly entertaining film that celebrates diversity and preaches self acceptance.
But the celebratory scenes that climax the overextended movie are undeniably engaging, and Hallgren is a warm and lively heroine with a fiercely indep ..
Courtesy: YouTube/Transmission Films EMBRACE Three stars Director Taryn Brumfitt Starring Taryn Brumfitt, Ricki Lake, Mia Freedman Rating MA 15+ Runni ..
This colourful film may be targeted at teenagers, but it will have wide appeal to those of us who are still young at heart.
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