The Invisible Circus (film)
|The Invisible Circus|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Adam Brooks|
|Screenplay by||Adam Brooks|
|Based on||The Invisible Circus|
by Jennifer Egan
|Music by||Nick Laird-Clowes|
|Edited by||Elizabeth Kling|
|Distributed by||Fine Line Features|
The Invisible Circus is a 2001 American drama film written and directed by Adam Brooks and starring Jordana Brewster, Christopher Eccleston, and Cameron Diaz. Based on the 1995 novel The Invisible Circus by Jennifer Egan, the film is about a teenage girl who travels to Europe in 1976 in search of answers to her older sister's suicide. During her search, she falls in love with her dead sister's former boyfriend. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 11, 2001, and was released in the United States on February 2, 2001.
Phoebe O'Connor's California dreamin' days are done. Lost and confused in 1977 post free-love San Francisco, this headstrong flower child (played by Jordana Brewster) decides to unravel the mystery of her sister's (Cameron Diaz) suicide in Portugal. In her desperate search for answers, Phoebe is forced to face the past, as well as disturbing truths about her own future. She falls in love with her sister's boyfriend and they travel together to Portugal. She finally discovers the cause of her sister's death and returns home.
- Jordana Brewster as Phoebe O'Connor
- Christopher Eccleston as Wolf
- Cameron Diaz as Faith O'Connor
- Blythe Danner as Gail
- Isabelle Pasco as Claire
- Moritz Bleibtreu as Eric
- Philipp Weissert as Safehouse Leader
- Nikola Obermann as Hannah
- Robert Getter as American Statesman
- Ricky Koole as Nikki
The film received negative reviews from critics and holds a 21% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 61 reviews.
- The Invisible Circus at Box Office Mojo
- Scott, A. O. (February 2, 2001). "Tripping Through Europe On a Quest for Lost Time". The New York Times. Retrieved March 1, 2014.
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