Did Emily Dickinson fit the portrait of the delicate recluse that emerged with the posthumous discovery and celebration of her poetry? That notion is wryly and engagingly challenged in Madeleine Olnek's seriocomic biopic starring Molly Shannon as Dickinson, which explores the challenges she faced getting published in her lifetime, and speculates on the physical extent of her loving bond with sister-in-law Susan Gilbert (Susan Ziegler). Amy Seimetz, Kevin Seal, Brett Gelman co-star. 84 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.