A Bread Factory Part Two15

Directed by Patrick Wang | USA | 2018 | 1h 59m | Starring Tyne Daly, Elisabeth Henry, James Marsters, Nana Visitor

Community arts centre, The Bread Factory, begins rehearsals for a theatre performance of the ancient Greek play Hecuba. But the real theatrics are outside where the town is being invaded by strange tourists and mysterious tech start-up workers. Patrick Wang’s ambitious two-part drama comes to a close in this deeply empathetic love letter to close-knit cultural communities.


‘There’s nothing else out there like Patrick Wang’s two-part, four-hour labour of love, A Bread Factory, and that’s wholly a good thing.’
Robert Abele, The Wrap

‘Patrick Wang’s A Bread Factory has an immense cast, a deliberate pace and thematic ambition to spare — but it also has a ground-level, plain-spoken modesty that renders it hypnotic.’
Bilge Ebiri, The New York Times

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We showed A Bread Factory Part Two between February 19, 2022 and February 24, 2022.

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