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A journey through a disastrous 59 year old marriage. Drawing on a lifetime of her family's home movies and interviews made over 12 years, filmmaker Cindy Kleine mixes reportage, cinema verite and animation to uncover family secrets and tell a story that could not be shown publicly as long as her father was alive. Written by
I loved this film. It is honest, real, painful, joyful and beautiful. It is real life. The truths in life that many people walk yet most keep tucked away in a closet. The filmmaker, Cindy Kleine is brilliant. I appreciated all aspects of movie, the editing, animation, music and the truth of it. If you give this movie a chance, you will come away with the essence of Phyllis. I feel like I really met her and I know a tiny bit about her. And that to me is very worthy of a standing ovation!
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