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Elisabeth Seljevold ...
Farrah
Julie Finch ...
Old Woman
Hobey Echlin ...
Troy
Beatrice Scheyler ...
Eve
Mark Chamberlain ...
Sonny
Cynthia DeMoss ...
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Beth Tapper ...
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Robert Coelius ...
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Miho Inoue ...
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It is the Winter Solstice, and Farrah Klement was released from the sanitarium three days ago for her birthday. She marks the occasion by going off her meds and driving upstate to celebrate her birthday the same way she has every year since high school-- with a full Solstice moon overhead and a pagan bonfire with her circle of aging small-town friends. But this birthday is different. Farrah has arrived at the party with a mysterious woman in a wheelchair, with no knowledge of who this mute woman is or where she came from. While we lurch backwards and forwards in time across Farrah's mental trajectory, her ne'er do well friends carry on with the night's debauchery, and Farrah begins to tie together the disparate pieces of the metaphysical puzzle-- a ringing cell phone, a violent fight with her sister, an approaching police car-- only to unravel an even darker riddle. Written by Anonymous

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Far out-- finally something different!
25 February 2003 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

I haven't seen many films shot on Dv that I've really liked, but this one totally made use of the technology. A very stylized interpretation of one woman's mental unravelling on her 30th birthday after she is released from a mental ward. Lyrical, beautiful, funny and sad. All her Goth friends are hysterical and colorful. Really really moving.


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