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In So Many Words (Full Frame)

This intensely revealing biography of writer and clinical psychologist Lucy Daniels expands the documentary form in its freely evocative visualization of Daniels’s early life. Recreated scenes bring a dreamy visual texture to a story told in dark, powerful interviews. Daniels’s access to her earliest memories, in vivid detail, suggests the redemptive possibilities of years of therapy. Raised in a wealthy newspaper family in North Carolina, Daniels lived in a bubble of privilege and family dysfunction, which led to an intractable case of anorexia. During her teens, she was confined to various institutions to treat her illness and, along with other methods, was given electroshock treatments. Surprisingly, her highly acclaimed novels Caleb, My Son and High on a Hill followed the medieval horrors of these years and were written and published when she was still her twenties. Psychoanalysis meets cinematography in this formally creative and emotionally compelling film.

The film starts at 5:10 pm. I’m posting meetup times 30 minutes prior to film start as there will be lines, etc. This film is part of the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, running that weekend from Thursday through Sunday. Individual tickets are $15.00 and can be purchased in advance beginning Mon Mar 25 at 11:00 am:

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  • Sharon B

    That was quite a film! Still has me thinking. Thanks so much Lisa for getting me to go. Well worth it. Still need to pay you for the ticket. Ahhhhh!

    April 8, 2013

  • Pamela

    hello Kevin,
    have you sold this ticket? if not, I am interested.

    April 7, 2013

    • Shawna

      Pamela, I have already sold Kevin's ticket. However, tix are still available as film not sold-out yet.

      April 7, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I have a ticket, but can't go. If you want it at a discount rate let me know

    April 5, 2013

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