Cleveland theatrical premiere!
United Kingdom, United States | 2017 | Andrew Dosunmu
Michelle Pfeiffer and Kiefer Sutherland star in the acclaimed new drama from the director of Mother of George. Pfeiffer is heartbreaking as a divorced, childless, jobless Brooklyn woman who lives with her elderly mother in a dingy one-bedroom apartment. She subsists on her mom’s meager income until fate deals further crippling blows. This indelible portrait of a desperate individual falling through society’s economic cracks was produced by Christine Vachon and shot by Oscar nominated Bradford Young (Solo, Arrival, Selma). “Where is Kyra? She’s in the midst of disappearing, but she’s also everywhere.” –Village Voice. DCP. 98 min.
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