What the Press is Saying

 "...the film is heart-warming and heartrending."
O, Oprah Winfrey’s magazine

"[A] surprisingly sprightly docu...[the] pic's calm evenhandedness incorporates video-within-video experimentation and deliciously campy interpolated snippets of vintage Girl Scout newsreels." 
Ronnie Scheib, Variety 

"Extraordinary... Don't miss it."
Editorial, Austin-American Statesman

"Filmmakers Ellen Spiro and Karen Bernstein spent two years with the coltish girls before they flipped on their cameras to record these heartbreaking reunions — complicated combustions of emotion, sharing, life lessons and pizza."
Chris Garcia. Austin-American Statesman

"Spiro's Troop 1500 gets under the skin."
Belinda Acosta,
Austin Chronicle

[An] unorthodox, sweet and transforming story.”
Orlando Sentinel

"It's nice to know there are people like Julia Cuba out there trying to make things better for these young girls who deserve more...and that there are people like Ellen Spiro willing to take a chance filming their stories. “

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