The journalist wrote about her unorthodox upbringing, which left her scarred, both literally and figuratively, in her 2005 memoir “The Glass Castle,” which is now a film starring Oscar-winner Brie Larson.
Jeanette and her three siblings are home-schooled, because, as their father, Rex (Woody Harrelson), declares, “You learn by living.” The family is constantly on the move, piling into a station wagon and heading, seemingly, wherever the wind takes them.
An actor of little note, Fancher stopped performing entirely in the mid-1970s, after a career that began with a 1958 turn as a zombie in “The Brain Eaters” and led to supporting roles on a host...
By that measure, director David F. Sandberg is an alchemist of the first order, taking the base — even leaden — components of horror and whipping them into a shivery chiffon of dread.
Although Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis rarely stray beyond the borders of Ferguson, Mo., in “Whose Streets?” their frontlines documentary about a torn community pushing for change in the wake of the 2014 shooting death of black teenager Michael Brown, viewers’ thoughts probably will be roaming far and wide, and across time.
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