Thursday, November 08, 2007


Last Sunday evening, while I was still home in PA, we went to see "Lars and the Real Girl" at the Southside Works Cinema.

I would recommend "Lars." It was well-paced, different and thoughtful. The story was about love, family, community and confronting fear. It was everything I had hoped "Bella" would be.

For a plot synopsis and other background, go here. I especially enjoyed the performance of Patricia Clarkson as the town doctor.

Update: Sr. Rose enjoyed "Lars," too. In her review, she said it was her "favorite film of the year so far" and "a complete surprise."

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