Anne at 13,000 Feet

Share this Share this A nursery worker finds inner peace through skydiving in writer/director Kazik Radwanski’s invigorating character study.In jobs that primarily entail wrangling gaggles of unruly toddlers, the pearl of advice often imparted is to “be childlike, not childish.” Anne (Deragh Campbell, no longer Canada’s best-kept acting secret), the cyclone of arrested development whirling at the centre of Kazik Radwanski’s exacting new character study, has been having trouble with that distinction. A nerve-shredding gamut of stress and discomfort… In Retrospect. “Joke” may not be the mot juste, but she’s…