Liz Garbus Documentary 'Girlhood' NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates talks with documentary filmmaker Liz Garbus about her new film Girlhood, a chronicle of the lives of two troubled adolescent girls involved in the juvenile justice system and their efforts to reconstruct their lives after getting out.
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Liz Garbus Documentary 'Girlhood'

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Liz Garbus Documentary 'Girlhood'

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Liz Garbus Documentary 'Girlhood'

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NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates talks with documentary filmmaker Liz Garbus about her new film Girlhood, a chronicle of the lives of two troubled adolescent girls involved in the juvenile justice system and their efforts to reconstruct their lives after getting out.