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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.
How do we make sure that we don't end up like our parents? That's the question at the heart of Paul Schrader's powerful tale set in small-town America
16+ years 109 mins
Fascinating insight into the lives of six brothers who have grown up in isolation with only movies to form their perspective on the outside world.
16+ years 86 mins
Documentary on the Friedmans, a seemingly typical, middle-class family whose world is transformed when the father and his youngest son are arrested.
16+ years 104 mins
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