A teenage girl, together with her best friend, flees the boring claustrophobia of her humdrum life in Florida to track down her father in Nashville.
Directed by Laurel Nakadate, The Wolf Knife tells the story of their journey into adulthood and independence offers a dark flip side to the sanitised worlds they have seen on television.
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As part of The Unexpected Guest, FACT and the Liverpool Biennial present one of the most ambitious programmes of contemporary artist film ever seen in Liverpool, all of which are inspired by the Biennial's theme of Hospitality.
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