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The things that happen in this movie are too art-house for my liking.
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.
Shed your preconceptions and prejudices, expect to be frustrated and confused; but in the end you'll feel more stirred than shaken.
Not for the closed minded conservative. You ought to have a mind that thinks outside the box to appreciate this film. But if you do, it's an excellent character study!Published 22 days ago by kationary
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 2 months ago by Darth Maciek
One of my favorite movies. It truly projects the innocent psyche of a beautiful little girl.Published 4 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 10 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 13 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 13 months ago by RDS