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Ms. Pappas has little dialogue, but the camera adores her expressive, wide-eyed face, which conveys plenty.
None of these developments carry much dramatic weight, yet the film is light and affable, with a few modest laughs and good observational detail about athletic training and the lives of aspiring Olympians.
I wished Pappas had tapped deeper into the dark side she hints at - the side that makes her protagonist more concerned about being a winner than about being a person.
"Tracktown" feels utterly authentic and earnest, even if the latter quality may serve as a turn-off to the more cynical in the audience.
Although "Tracktown" lacks edge, it's just so relentlessly sweet and Pappas is so effervescent on screen that those missteps in tone are easy to forgive.June 22, 2016 | Rating: B- | Full Review…
It's easy to root for this disciplined but naive "girl-child," especially as portrayed by Pappas, herself a hard-to-resist blend of Audrey Hepburn and Joan Cusack.June 22, 2016 | Full Review…
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