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#MistressAmerica On Digital HD November 6th & Blu-ray December 1st

“ Mistress America arrives on Digital HD November 6th and Blu-ray™ December 1st Written By Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig and Directed by Noah Baumbach In writer-director Noah Baumbach's, MISTRESS AMERICA, Tracy ( Lola Kirke ) is a lonely college freshman in New York, having neither the exciting university experience nor the glamorous metropolitan lifestyle she envisioned. But when she is taken in by her soon-to-be stepsister, Brooke ( Greta Gerwig ) – a proud resident of Times Square and adventurous gal about town – she is rescued from her disappointment and seduced by Brooke's alluringly mad schemes. This modern screwball comedy is about dream-chasing and score-settling, make-shift families and cat stealing. Special Features • Featurettes o Story o Brooke o Tracy • Gallery • Sneak Peek o Discover Digital HD o Brooklyn o Paper Towns o Me and Earl and the Dying Girl o Far From the Madding Crowd o He Named Me Malala Mistress America Blu-ray Street Date

Movie Review: 'Mistress America'

The the well-intentioned Mistress America is true independent comedy, and that's not a good thing. Review by Matt Cummings Actress Greta Gerwig and Director Noah Baumbach hit paydirt with 2012's Frances Ha , showing that that Sacramento-born actress and Brooklyn helmer could craft a funny, poignant comedy about struggling to identify your place in the world. But 2015 already producing a strand of very good independent comedies - Dope , While We're Young , and The DUFF among them - Mistress America arrives feeling a bit rushed, stumbling often, but ultimately delivering a decent quirky time. The 18-year-old Tracy (Lola Kirke) is facing more than the challenges of her first semester in college would suggest: her mother is getting married to a conservative Catholic, she struggles to maintain a social life, and an effort to join the campus' Morbus Literary Society has utterly failed. Desperate for friends, she contacts her soon-to-be sister Brooke (Gerwig)