Chaperone: Review

Chaperone: Review

Chaperone: Review. By Richard Schertzer.

It’s very taboo to be talking about dating outside of your age range, but the film ‘Chaperone’ does all of that but luckily still manages to do a good job with a poignant and authentic look at growing up.

The film follows a young woman named Misha who is on the cusp of turning 30 and she meets an 18-year-old student and foolishly mistakes her for another student in his age range. Misha goes through the film making mistake after mistake and consistently messing up her life. There won’t be any need for me to spoil anything. I’ll leave that up to the imagination.

Director Zoe Eisenberg reenacts a beautiful and realistic film of trying to grow up and fixing your life. It’s hard to look away from the incredible work that the cast has put on screen. It’s almost like watching a raunchy 2000s movie made for young adults.

The cinematography is very well-put together, as well. It almost makes the audience feel as if they are actually watching a documentary of a 30-year-old woman stuck in arrested development with no course or direction in her life.

To be fair, the film may be somewhat thin and feel as if it has covered material that has already been seen because it has, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be engaging in its own right.

All in all, this movie has spunk, heart and isn’t afraid to tackle some big issues with whatever it decides to talk about. It’s not the greatest movie on Earth, but it’s still worth a good look for people.

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