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Are we witnessing a life celebrated? Or intrusiveness tolerated and the end of life fetishized?
California teenager Regina Nicholson leaves an affecting cinematic testament in Farewell to Hollywood, which she worked on with documentarian Henry Corra during the last two years of her life.
A powerfully emotional and moving experience, questions about its methods aside.
A deeply human reminder that there's plenty of beauty around us right now.
"Farewell to Hollywood" is moving yet queasily unsettling, even if Ms. Nicholson's enthusiasm mitigates the veneer of exploitation.
There's a conspicuous self-serving impulse behind Farewell To Hollywood on Corra's part that makes viewing it an extremely strange and sometimes queasy experience.
It suggests that a disease isn't a product of one single person's body, but the eruption of an entire family history of unarticulated desire.
Farewell to Hollywood is unbearably sad, at moments horrifying, and relentlessly compelling. It is a profoundly disturbing documentary on many levels.
Farewell to Hollywood is definitely not a movie for everyone, but I believe it's a must-see for people struggling -- not necessarily with illness -- but with problems of communication.
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