A CAT’S TALE — Review by Martha P. Nochimson

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cats-tale-posterA Cat’s Tale is a very independent film. It defies all current norms of studio production. For this story of a pair of middle-aged fraternal twins, Rob and Carla (Marty Grabstein and Lisa Barnes), Director Rick Mowatt has crafted a fluid cinematic style to create individual and shared spaces for the embattled siblings, while Grabstein and Barnes have honed performances that uncannily fill those spaces with both the profound loneliness of isolated souls and the two step of prisoners of a fraught family history. Who tells stories about middle-aged people? Family stories are about young people, cute people, people who hit back at middle-aged people. Right? Readthe full review on EYE ON MEDIA

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