Film Capsule Review: ‘When I’m a Moth’ at SFFILM

SFFILM Review: 'When I'm a Moth'

When I’m a Moth is an intriguing film, told in a dreamy visual style that fictionalizes a moment in Hillary Rodham’s life, just before she enters law school. Inspired by a brief reference in Hillary’s memoir, co-directors Zachary Cotler and Magdalena Zyzak speculate with sensitivity and poetic imagination on what might have happened if she had taken a slightly different path. Addison Timlin is brilliant as young Hillary. At SFFILM in San Francisco. Recommended.

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