Chicago Sun-Times - 02/09/1996
"...It draws freshness from its strong female point of view, the beauty of its images, the stream of consciousness of the girls' adventures and the offbeat setting..."
ANGELA is the debut film from director Rebecca Miller, winner of the Sundance Grand Jury Prize in 2002 for her second film, PERSONAL VELOCITY. Angela (Miranda Stuart Ryne) and Ellie (Charlotte Blythe) are two sisters caught up in an increasingly deteriorating family life. They cope with their troubles by conjuring up a whole new world all of their own, and navigate their way through some fantastic new pastures limited only by Angela's imagination. Rebecca Miller captures the lives and lively minds of 10-year old children to a stunningly accurate degree through some moving performances from Blythe and Ryne, as well as a stellar supporting cast which includes Vincent Gallo (BUFFALO 66), John Ventimiglia (THE SOPRANOS) and Anna Thomson (UNFORGIVEN).
Coming Of Age |
Family Crises |
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Fantasy Worlds |
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