At nine and ten, they are skipping, grinning little girls — rough and ready. By 15, they are sullen, submissive, quiet; convinced they're awkward, ugly, and fat. What happens to our girls? Run Like a Girl explores how teenage athletes try to find a balance between strength and femininity within a society where girls are expected to be docile, delicate, and compliant.
- Carol CassidyProducer