The Wet Season (2002)
Jocelyn works at crying booths belonging to her uncle in the countryside at a time when crying is illegal in the cities. A mixture of prayer and fantasy, the emotional landscape of Jocelyn is peopled by the experience of others, each day, as she waits. A meditation on the mystery of grief. Written and Directed by Martha Ferguson, featuring a stellar cast of Canadian greats, Ellen Page, Maury Chaykin, Jackie Burroughs, Valerie Buhagiar, and Jim Allodi. Produced by Laura Clunie at Sula Productions.- Written by Martha Ferguson
Jocelyn works at her Uncle's "Crying Booths" in the country, while crying is forbidden in the cities.- Written by ivan-kraus
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