Slant spoke to the cast and crew of one of the most evocative and talked about films of the year.
It proves to be a remarkably spare journey into the confines of the mind and a unique evocation of just how terrifying it is to loose one’s mind.
Ignore the G rating, Garry Marshall’s latest is about as inappropriate (and dishonest) as they come.
Ghost World is a beautiful evocation of the ghostly nature of love, loss, and ultimately memory itself.
It works less as a bona fide thriller than a does as the earnest story of how a mother and son grapple with a difficult moment in their relationship without growing apart.
Nicholas Ray’s remarkable film represents the purest of existentialist primers.