Anna Rose Holmer

Director

Director of "The Fits"

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Coming of age is a common theme in art, especially movies. That moment between childhood and adolescence is full of drama.

‘The Fits’: The Dreamy Coming of Age Sundance Favorite

Coming of age is a common theme in art, especially movies. That moment between childhood and adolescence is full of drama.

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