The Tollbooth

Ambling but never less than endearing, this comedy from first-time feature writer-director Debra Kirschner follows the travails of a young Jewish woman as she tries to fulfill her dream of becoming a serious artist. Raised on stories of Russian ancestors who barely escaped pogroms and named after two great aunts who died at Auschwitz, it's hardly surprising...read more

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  • Released: 2004
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Ambling but never less than endearing, this comedy from first-time feature writer-director Debra Kirschner follows the travails of a young Jewish woman as she tries to fulfill her dream of becoming a serious artist. Raised on stories of Russian ancestors w… (more)

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