35 Avenue at 36 Street
Astoria, New York, New York 11106

Terry Gilliam’s boldest film to date, set in a barren rural landscape, is a shocking and beautifully photographed low-budget adaptation of Mitch Cullin’s novel. The film takes us inside the mind of an eleven-year-old girl who develops a fantasy life to escape the abuse of her junkie father. Gilliam will participate in a Pinewood Dialogue following the screening.

Tickets: $22 public/$16 Museum members.

Official Website: http://www.movingimage.us/site/screenings/content/2006/special.html

Added by Remy on September 20, 2006