Patti Cake$

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Patti Cake$ could easily be labeled a feminist 8 Mile, and at first glance, it looks just about identical: the fights with mom, the working poverty, the white rapper seeking to break into a traditionally African American art form. Patti Cake$ only escapes the 8 Mile cliché—the idea that it’s somehow heroic for a white person to succeed in a marginalized person’s world—on the strength of its actors, the inventiveness of its director, and the fact that its script packs so much heart. by Portland Mercury Arts & Culture Editor Suzette Smith
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Director
Geremy Jasper
Cast
Cathy Moriarty, Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett

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