|  Book Tickets: 20/02/2010
  |  Buy to Own: 25/07/2005
  |  100 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC


Corruscating documentary self-portrait by filmmaker Jonathan Caouette, recounting his chaotic upbringing in a disfunctional Texas family. Beginning in 2003, when he learns of his mother's lithium overdose, Caouette returns to the family home to sift through the Super-8 archives of his childhood, assembling a collage of home-movie footage, early short films, photographs and even answerphone messages to explore the break-up of his family, in a documentary that was made for only $218.

Contains strong language and nudity
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