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Swan Song

A formerly flamboyant hairdresser takes a long walk across a small town to style a dead woman's hair.
(NR, 105 min.)


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SWAN SONG follows retired hairdresser and local bar performer icon Pat Pitsenbarger (Kier) who has given up on life from the confines of his small-town Sandusky, Ohio nursing home. But when Pat gets word that a former client's dying wish was for him to style her final hairdo, he sets out on an epic journey across Sandusky to confront the ghosts of his past - and collect the beauty supplies necessary for the job. SWAN SONG is a comical and bittersweet journey about rediscovering oneself, and looking gorgeous while doing so.

Starring: Udo Kier, Jennifer Coolidge, Linda Evans, Michael Urie, Ira Hawkins, Stephanie McVay
Director: Todd Stephens
Genre: Drama

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"You've never seen Udo Kier like this before."

— Peter Debruge, Variety

"This film is magnificent celebration, a gay old time-literal and wonderful."

— Kristy Puchko, Pajiba

"What's most notable about Todd Stephens' heartfelt salute to a real-life local legend is that the campiness of its outrageous plot becomes secondary to the soulful poignancy."

— David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter

"Kier gets the role of his lifetime as a fabulously snarky, acerbic, long-retired hairdresser in Todd Stephens’ Swan Song, a dark comedy that totters to and fro the campy and the melancholic with wincing laughs and real pain."

— Ryan Lattanzio, IndieWire

"The film is built on a wonderfully nuanced performance by Kier, who behind his sadness and longing can still lob a sassy witticism at rival Dee Dee Dale, and when they finally confront each other over discontinued hair spray, it’s pure joy to watch."

— John Fink, The Film Stage