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In writer/director Sean Baker's latest film, The Florida Project, six-year-old Moonee (Brooklynn Prince) runs riot at the Magic Castle, a garish lavender monstrosity subsisting in the shadow of Disney World. A few tourists, who call it "a welfare slum motel," check in by mistake, but there's really just one reason anyone ends up there – they have nowhere else to go.

Reviewed by Beck Ireland

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