USA, 2004. Todd Solondz. 100 min. NR.
Aviva is thirteen, awkward and sensitive. Her mother Joyce is warm and loving, as is her father, Steve, a regular guy who does have a fierce temper from time to time. The film revolves around her family, friends and neighbours. Directed by Todd Solondz.
“In its own peculiar way, it is a more compassionate and useful religious document than Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ.” – Stephen Cole, The Globe and Mail