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Pilgrim, Farewell - Filmmaker in person
A chamber piece about a dying woman angry at the world.
Pilgrim, Farewell revisits themes of Dying, but inverts the drama. There is no outward anger displayed by the people in Dying who are, in fact, dying. Whereas it was the dying man’s wife who was angry in the earlier film, for this narrative of a young woman dying, it is she who is furious at her family and the world. Co-produced by American Playhouse, the film would play festivals and receive very positive reviews when broadcast on PBS. Having not made a narrative film in two decades,View more
$15 Special Event Tickets
Harvard Film Archive Cinematheque, 24 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
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