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Despite these never ending struggles and horrible situations she is forced to deal with, Jeliza-Rose is a very spirited and fun loving little girl.
And although this film and its delightful images are from Terry Gilliam's camera, the novel with its bizarre story is by Mitch Cullin, a very important young novelist.
Eventually she encounters the just as bizarre Dell, a witch like figure dressed in black, with a beekeepers veil and a bee stung missing pupil in her right eye.
This is the first Terry Gilliam film which I didn't like at all. Even if by making "Tideland" Gilliam clearly proved once again that he really knows how to make films, I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darth Maciek
One of my favorite movies. It truly projects the innocent psyche of a beautiful little girl.Published 3 months ago by Diana laracuente
Here's another terry Gilliam film that i just don't get and had to struggle to watch until the end.
Though it has great cinematography, great acting & great cast, I just don't... Read more
This dark fable of a young girl's coming of age when both of her parents die of drug overdoses is as intriguing and as it is dark. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Brent Bechtel
This movie is an outstanding film, at looking at different ways to play games when you are a child. This movie is all about strange events that happen, and very creative ways and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kevin Grossklaus
I should predicate this review by stating that I am an enormous fan of Terry Gilliam. I think the movie "Brazil" was one of the best films of the 1980s, and the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by RDS
Blu-ray is a German release. Starts with automated Germany version of industry copyright warning, then launches into a foreword by Terry Gilliam with German dubbing over his voice. Read morePublished 15 months ago by John A. Lind
Well this is a great movie. Not for everyone and a little dose of bad taste. Things are strange enough, but add poverty, drug use, and the innocence of a child, and enjoy the trip... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Alex Altman