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This film is the autobiographical story of director Jonathan Caouette, who deals with his troubled childhood and early life with his mother Renee, a woman whose life has been coloured by mental illness and her own harsh upbringing, but with who Jonathan finally manages to forge a relationship. Using everything from home movie footage to old answering machine messages, the result is a tough and disturbing documentary, but also one that's highly original and often very moving.
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