Piercing portrait of a lonely, socially awkward young woman doing her best to find her place in the world. The ultra-close camera work helps create a strangely compelling sensory universe.
Anne is a lonely young daycare worker who has trouble following the rules and connecting with others. Uncompromising and prone to excess, she’s complex and unknowable, yet curiously appealing through all her troubles and hesitations. Director Radwanski follows up on the singular approach he crafted in Tower (2012) and How Heavy This Hammer (2015) with this delicately layered, unrelenting portrait of a fragile woman who’s utterly of our times. Deragh Campbell, her worried face...
ONTARIO, United States, Canada
| 75 minutes | 2019
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