From Bill Tierney of the Montreal Gazette:
Mohawk Girls isn’t brilliant, isn’t to die for. It doesn’t have the fashion budgets of New York-inspired Sex in the City or, more recently, the stylized grit of Girls. Kahnawake and Montreal aren’t New York, and production values can’t match the big networks. But Mohawk Girls is ours and it does ask questions we should be asking. While we’re being amused at the antics of these liberated young women, your laughter evaporates leaving more serious issues exposed. Continue reading.
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