Grey Gardens

Janus Films (The Criterion Collection)
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The Grey Gardens documentary is like no other film I have seen before. The sound quality, camera angles, and content of the film add to the overall viewing experience. The story captured the lives of Big and Little Edie Beale, a mother and daughter that live in a dirty, un-kept mansion in New ...Read more

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Lauren

Very interesting and important documentary that is also endlessly quotable. It's equal parts hilarious and heartbreaking to watch this eccentric mother and daughter chat and argue in their decaying mansion.

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