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Its a documentary about a 12-year-old Orthodox Jewish girl who is breaking world powerlifting records. Thats right, its a movie about a girl struggling with her weight. That isnt the bad joke it sounds like. Part of the conflict is that as she gets older, she gets heavier and might have to leave her weight class. It does not have Melissa Benoist, but Im sure youll be charmed all the same. Closing Night Retro: Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (9:30 p.m., Enzian, 83 minutes) Ill be honest: I think the Enzian should show this Russ Meyer classic at least once a year.