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Mod movie Young Birds Fly reviewed

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Over at Cinedelica, there’s a review now online for the US modern-day mod movie Young Birds Fly, courtesy of UK reviewer Maxine Hayward.

Young Birds Fly is the debut feature of American director Leonardo Flores. Indeed the film has been financed, researched directed and edited by Flores himself. It’s the tale of Jill, a quiet American girl who grows as a person within the US mod scene – and eventually, her disappointment with it.

The film is showing at independent cinemas, but as yet, there’s no confirmation of a DVD release. We’ll let you know if we hear anything. In the meantime, check out the review of the movie via the link below.

Young Birds Fly reviewed

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  1. Have a look:
    From what I’ve heard during my time living in Los Angeles (adjacent to Flores’ native Inland Empire), it looks like there should be a DVD release (finally!) within the next six or nine months – the delays were a result of sorting out the financial side of distribution, making the DVD multi-regional as Flores had wanted, and getting the rights to music used in the film squared away.

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