Posted: May 31, 2017 | Author: Donald | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Aidan Gillen, Amos Taman, Azazel Jacob, Debra Winger, Laura Linney, Medora Walters, Noa Kohler, Oren Moverman, Oz Zehavi, Rama Burstein, Rebecca Hall, Richard Gerr, Steve Coogan, The Dinner, The Lovers, The Wedding Plan, Tracey Letts | Leave a comment »
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Just some quick reviews to get caught up on my movie going which has been curtailed to some degree due to health issues, but now I feel closer to my old self. Now if I could only feel closer to my old self of thirty years ago, everything would be wonderful. But, ‘tis not to be.
One subgenre of film I usually detest is the romance where the female central character has no other goal in life than to find a husband and who believes that her life will always be incomplete without a man in it.
Usually when confronted by such a personage, I always want to yell “get a life” at the screen.
However, I also always say that there are always exceptions and so it goes that Michal, the focus of writer/director Rama Burstein’s new film The Wedding Plan, is just such an exception. Read the rest of this entry »