Dutch director Sam de Jong delivers a fresh take on the classic ambitious New Yorker movie featuring model Slick Woods of Fenty fame in her debut role as a plucky, grinning dreamer from the Bronx named Goldie. Hyperchromatic and gorgeously fragmented, the film clocks in at a perfect 90 minutes, divided into several chapters announced by the birdlike voices of young girls. Though the film is unflinching in its portrayal of homelessness and economic precarity, it is the warm depictions of family and sisterhood, as well as the colorful, vibrant futures Goldie imagines for herself that set this aspirational story apart. Vivid and vivacious without denying the occasional lacunae of life’s inevitable darknesses, this movie is a burst of spring on winter screens.