Brothers of the Head
Cert: 18 Year: 2005 Length: 89 mins
Score: 68.75% Attendance: 19
Adapted from a book by Brian Aldiss this is a story of conjoined twins exploited as a pop act. Aldiss recalls the day when the inspiration for the book came from a horrible dream he had when on holiday with his family in Norfolk - the story of conjoined twins exploited as a group. With a script by our guest Tony Grisoni, this film won awards up and down the festival circuit. ‘An intriguing oddity of a film’ says Peter Bradshaw ‘it isn’t right to call it a mockumentary; more a serious documentary about something that did not happen’. Thanks to Pallisades Tartan.
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