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[All goofs for this title are spoilers.]
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[suspecting her husband's having an affair, shows Frank the earring]
I found this in the cat box
[after a pause]
Well did you talk to the cat?
I'm being serious.
Did you talk to Paul?
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FINALLY! April 20 in NY and then it moves around the country. It's about time that this movie gets played in movie theaters.
Tilda Swinton, Amber Tamblyn, Timothy Hutton, Melissa Leo, et al turn in very special performances. Amber won Best Actress at Locarno, was nominated for a Film Independent Spirit Award and it was well-deserved. The screenplay won at Sundance.
It's a tragic story, but one that needs to be told, so that people talk about this issue and how to deal with the education and support of young girls who have similar experiences.
Don't miss this. Also, note that it will only go out to a few screens at first and those who don't go on opening weekends will miss the chance to see it the second weekend. Small indie films like this rely totally on word-of-mouth and opening weekends.
If you want to see it in your town, you MUST ask your local art house theater owner to request it from the distributor.
Unfortunately, this seems to be so under marketed that there is no website yet, so you must go to Regent Releasing, http://www.regentreleasing.com for any information.
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