Rachel Is
Cambridge Public LibraryTue, Apr 4, 2017 6:30 PM Event Date Passed  
Film Info
Director(s):Charlotte Glynn
Language:English with Open Captions
Running Time:67 minutes
Type of Film:Documentary
In Person/Special Program:Director and film subject, Charlotte Glynn
Author, Susan Senator

Rachel is mysterious, funny, difficult, and ready to move out of her mother’s house. Her mother, Jane, is just as ready, but Rachel has a developmental disability, and Jane is desperately seeking a solution as Rachel prepares to graduate high school. The relationship between mother and daughter is full of frustrations, as each wants independence from the other.

Selected for the PBS Documentary Reframed series.

Pre-screening reception 6:00-6:30pm

Discussion to follow with director and film subject Charlotte Glynn, and Susan Senator, author of Autism Adulthood: Strategies and Insights for a Fulfilling Life

Free admission

Free Parking