Very Good Girls and ‘Ultraviolent’ Anti-Feminists: Links You Need to See


Between the impending releases of Lana Del Rey’s much-hyped Ultraviolence (it’s hard to avoid when she’s nibbling – but, like, hardcore nibbling – a cigarette on every billboard in NYC) and the June 6 release of OITNB, it wasn’t hard to gather today’s buzz-worthy links; enjoy!

Watch the trailer for Naomi Foner’s Very Good Girls, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Dakota Fanning, and witness the inevitably uncomfortable comings-of-age of former child stars (and sisters of former child stars). [Indiewire]

For those who haven’t read the OITNB book, here’s a quick guide to the ways in which the show – which is admittedly amazing – sensationalizes the comparatively mild occurrences in the book. [UPROXX]

If you’ve ever felt discombobulated after a show drops a “Three Years Later…” bomb on you, here’s a master list of major time-jumps. [A.V. Club]

Lana Del Rey releases “Ultraviolence” off Ultraviolence and not-too-surprisingly rejects feminism. [Rolling Stone]