Things Behind the Sun (2001)
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Writer and director Allison Anders, who used the world of rock & roll as the backdrop for her films Border Radio, Grace of My Heart, and Sugar Mountain, returns to the music scene for this tale of a woman struggling to come to terms with an emotionally devastating past. Sherry McGrale (Kim Dickens) is a punk-influenced singer and songwriter whose angry, deeply personal music has begun to win her a national following, though the demons that fuel her art are playing havoc with her life, as she
Jan 19, 2001 Wide
Apr 8, 2003
Behind the Sun Productions
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A film of remarkable honesty and courage.
After several disappointing films, Allison Anders has made a nother personal film that thematically is linked with her first (and best) feature, Gas Food Lodging.
Anders makes the point without belaboring it and without exploiting it for a turn-on.
Audience Reviews for Things Behind the Sun
- Chuck: I know who she is! I know who she is in her bones! And that's who I'm hanging in here for... that sweet little girl who never had the chance...
- Sharry McGrale: You didn't come here to help me. You came here to save your own ass.
- Sharry McGrale: Try living with the guilt knowing that the only way to get turned on is by acting out the very thing that ruined your life.
- Sharry McGrale: It's hard for me to be with the guys that I love. I's just easier to be with guys that don't matter or the ones that don't know me.
- Chuck: It never gets easier for men, honey. We're just stuck, like some old needle in a worn out groove.
- Sharry McGrale: Every time I look at you, evil grows in me.
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