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Review: The Overnight

Review: The Overnight

Less frisky than it leads on, but more explicit than you’d expect, The Overnight, a short-circuited suburban comedy, offers an unpredictable excursion into latent marital and sexual anxieties. At least, those are the broad themes director Patrick Brice brings to some previously mined territory, most notably 1969’s “Bob & Carol &Ted & Alice,” about two

52nd New York Film Festival Review: ‘Listen Up Philip’

Written & Directed by Alex Ross Perry Starring Jason Schwartzman, Elizabeth Moss, Jonathan Pryce, Krysten Ritter & Eric Bogosian Director Alex Ross Perry hardly gives you any time to like his movie’s main character. Phillip Lewis Friedman walks down a New York City sidewalk and the shaky camera capturing his flustered steps is at once

Interview: Matt Wolf (Director – ‘Teenage’)

Teenagers didn’t always exist. They had to be invented. As the cultural landscape around the world was thrown into turmoil during the industrial revolution, and with a chasm erupting between adults and youth, the concept of a new generation took shape. Whether in America, England, or Germany, whether party-crazed Flappers or hip Swing Kids, zealous

Eric Bogosion to Narrate Allex Ross Perry’s ‘Listen Up Philip”, Premiering at 2014 Sundance Film Festival

Eric Bogosian has signed on to narrate Alex Ross Perry’s “Listen Up Philip” which will have its world premiere at the upcoming 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Following up his critically acclaimed “The Color Wheel“, Alex Ross Perry scripts a complex, intimate and highly idiosyncratic comedy filled with New Yorkers living their lives somewhere between individuality and

Review: A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III

A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III Written & Directed by Roman Coppola Starring Charlie Sheen, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Katheryn Winnick & Patricia Arquette Buy or Rent on iTunes Courtesy of FilmBuff – HERE Perhaps the more appropo title for this bantam, well-intentioned yet refractorily flawed indie would be “A Glimpse Inside

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