“Grandzilla is funny and hopeful. It’s feminism and social activism wrapped up in a mystery and a family drama that spans several generations of fierce women. I keep recognising the kind of people I have in my life.”
– Michele A’Court, NZ comedian, feminist marvel and author of ‘How We Met’
Not every grandma is a sweet little old lady
Tillie and Tessa: the real estate mogul and the burgeoning activist; the embittered widow and the girl grieving her grandpa; one apparently friendless the other falling in love. The one thing they do agree on? They really, really don’t like each other.
But little does Tessa know that her capitalist monster grandmother has a radical past – and it’s literally about to show up on her doorstep.
In a summer of love and politics, clashes are certain…
Moving between Cold War West Berlin in the turbulent 1960s and the contemporary American west, this is a warm-hearted tale about growing up, growing old, and getting woke.