01 Jan 22
Film critic Hanna Flint talks to legendary director Paul Thomas Anderson about his new film, Licorice Pizza. In UK cinemas now!
California's San Fernando Valley, 1973. Gary Valentine (Cooper Hoffman) is a precocious high schooler and child star who meets - and is immediately besotted with - Alana (Alana Haim), a twenty-something photographer's assistant trying desperately to find herself.
The two of them form an unlikely bond, and soon begin running around the Valley together taking part in Gary's many haphazard schemes.
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