Wayne Roberts | Canada | 88 Minutes | English Language

Staring Olivia Cooke (Me Earl and the Dying Girl, Bates Motel), Mireille Enos (If I Stay, Sabotage, The Killing), Mary Steenburgen (Melvin and Howard, Goin' South, 30 Rock), Jim Belushi (K-9, Red Heat, The Ghost), Christopher Abbott (Girls, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, Criminal Activities).

Part of our Women in Film strand

Oldham’s own Olivia Cooke follows up her break out role in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl with a magnetic performance in Katie Says Goodbye. Cooke plays Katie, a seventeen-year old in the American Southwest who prostitutes herself to local men in the hope of making enough money to escape her mundane existence.

Katie Says Goodbye represents Independent American Cinema at its most electric as Wayne Roberts Directs this wistful and poignant portrayal of life in the middle of the American nowhere. Recalling the haunting beauty of Terrence Malick Katie Says Goodbye is a poetic and beautiful film.

Go see if you liked LOLA and or THE LAST PICTURE SHOW.