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While it resembles a typical teen picture centered on community shenanigans and troubled times, it’s a relief to report that “Deidre and Laney Rob a Train” has some defined spunk to help it navigate a plot that plays tribute to heist movies and makes time to deal with broken hearts. It’s the latest from director Sydney Freeland, who’s enjoying her most high profile gig to date, coming through with a brightly performed and thoughtfully written (by Shelby Farrell) dramedy that takes time to celebrate individuality, the value of education, and confront the universal fear of change. “Deidre and Laney Rob a Train” can be a silly film, but its heart is always in the right place, supplying meaningful themes and characterization, which are always supported by fantastic performances. Read the rest at


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