Scott Adkins and director Isaac Florentine don't trade in high art, but their films always deliver excellent action scenes, and sometimes those simple pleasures are more than enough.
Sally Potter’s latest is the very definition of a mixed bag. There are some really good things here, but unfortunately they are wrapped in a film that is terribly inconsistent, full of baffling decisions and things that feel unfinished.
Ginger (Elle Fanning) and Rosa (Alice Englert) are two girls of sixteen, born on the same day in 1945 and best friends all their lives. In 1962, however, they begin to drift apart as Rosa becomes interested in boys, while Ginger’s…