Date/Time
Date(s) - 18/11/2018
13:00


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When Elan and Jonathan Bogarín lose their beloved grandma it falls to them to sort out her home at 306 Hollywood Avenue. Grandma and the late grandpa Herman were inveterate hoarders, and sifting through the detritus of their lives is a gleeful task, approached with the rigour of an archaeological dig.

Using a wealth of family archive material, expert testimonies, model work and interpretative dance routines, they recreate a life and create a unique and infectiously uplifting documentary that’s reminiscent of Jonathan Caouette’s Tarnation (2003) and feels like the Royal Tenenbaums running amok in the Grand Budapest Hotel. You might never look at your family home in the same way again. DOM

Official Selection, Sundance Film Festival, 2018

Director:  Elan Bogarin, Jonathan Bogarín
Producers:   Elan Bogarin, Judit Stalter, Jonathan Bogarin
Screenwriters:   Elan Bogarin, Jonathan Bogarin, Laura Minnear
Main Cast:  Elan Bogarin, Jonathan Bogarin, Ruby Berube, Annette Ontell
Country:  USA
Languages:  English
Colour:  Colour
Year:  2018

Duration:  90 minutes

Tickets:  €10 / €8.50

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