George Washington: These American Lives
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“1. The little details.
2. Chemistry mistaken for controversy.
3. The arrival of Adele.”
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“1) Adele Exarchopoulos' effortless naturalness. 2) The unapologetic sexuality. 3) One of the most original, unpretentious, and bracing portraits of youth ever made.”
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