Talia Ryder is 17 and she’s just made her big-screen debut as one of two leads in the empathetic drama Never Rarely Sometimes Always. You might not have heard of her – interviews with her are scant and at press time, she had what some might call a meagre 34.6K Instagram followers. Ditto the film, the story of a small-town high schooler (Sidney Flanigan) forced to travel to the big city to get an abortion; her plucky cousin (Ryder) her only source of company and support throughout the ordeal. Written and directed by the indie-adored Eliza Hittman, it hit cinemas Stateside last month, but as of press time had yet to receive a Singapore release date.
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