NEVER RARELY SOMETIMES ALWAYS: 2020 (Amazon rental) This film will appeal mostly to people who like well-written, well-acted independent films and are concerned about reproductive rights. It received an impressive 99% from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. The four word title refers to possible interview replies to sensitive questions about the frequency of various sexual experiences. The story is about Autumn, a 17-year-old girl who is unintentionally pregnant and has traveled from her rural home in Pennsylvania to New York City where adult permission for an abortion isn’t required. Autumn is played by Sidney Flanigan in her first role on the big screen. She is nothing short of terrific. I think this movie needed a woman’s touch and it got it from Eliza Hittman who wrote and directed the film. It is subtle, but along Autumn’s journey we see a network of women dedicated to helping other women and providing much needed understanding. Both Barbara and I liked the movie and were especially moved by Flanigan’s debut. GRADE B