Tunney, brimming with coltish, neurotic energy, holds the screen like a true star. She brings the role, and the movie, to life. show more
I paid steadfast attention, both to the actress, a performer of unusual versatility, and to the character she plays, a caged -- and cagey -- bird who sings because she's too stubborn to cry.
A film of real beauty, which is surprising, since it's not a movie of beautiful sentiments or settings. show more