Jodie Foster’s on-target dramedy transcends its real-world baggage.
A risky bet that pays off solidly, Jodie Foster’s The Beaver survives its life/art parallels to deliver a hopeful portrait of mental illness that, while quirky, is serious and sensitive. Despite obvious hurdles, with smart marketing, it could connect with a wide audience.
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