A Bread Factory, Part Two

***1/2

Reviewed by: Amber Wilkinson

A Bread Factory, Part 2
"The meat of A Bread Factory lies in the details."

The second part of Patrick Wang's playful consideration of arts in the community, picks up where the first half For The Sake Of Gold left off. More experimental than the first half - and featuring musical numbers and dance - it follows Dorothea's (Tyne Daly) staging of Hecuba, while also further exploring the lives of those who use the arts centre Bread Factory of the film's title.

See A Bread Factory, Part One for our amalgamated review.

Copy picture Reviewed on: 24 Jan 2019
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In the second part of this sometimes musical drama, two women rehearse a production of Hecuba while fighting to save the arts centre to which they have devoted their lives.

Director: Patrick Wang

Starring: Tyne Daly, Elisabeth Henry-Macari, James Marsters

Year: 2018

Runtime: 120 minutes

Country: US

Festivals:

Glasgow 2019

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