Schedule for Thursday, July 12
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Take This Waltz
"Ms. Polley, as a writer, a director of actors and a constructor of images, excels at managing the idiosyncrasies and contradictions of her characters so that our knowledge of them is both intimate and mined with potential surprise." ( A.O. Scott, NY Times review)
Margot (Michelle Williams) is happily married to Lou (Seth Rogen), but their perfect marriage is put to the test when she develops a sudden attraction to their handsome neighbor. Directed by Sarah Polley (Away from Her), Take this Waltz is a subtle and charming comedy that dances around the laws of attraction, commitment, and identity.
Sarah Polley. 2011. 116 m. NR. Canada. Magnolia Pictures.2:30 PM 5:05 PM 10:00 PM
To Rome with Love
"One of the most delightful things about To Rome With Love is how casually it blends the plausible and the surreal, and how unabashedly it revels in pure silliness." (A.O. Scott, NY Times)
With a sumptuously photographed Rome as the backdrop, this charming comedic omnibus starring Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page, and Penelope Cruz is sure to please.
Woody Allen. 2012. 102 m. R. US/Spain/Italy, English/Italian. Sony Pictures Classics.2:35 PM 5:00 PM 7:25 PM 9:50 PM
A phenomenon in France, where it shattered box-office records to become the second most successful French film of all time, Intouchables tells the true story of the unlikely friendship between a quadriplegic aristocrat (François Cluzet) and his unconventional Senegalese caretaker from the projects (Omar Sy). Critics are applauding breakout star Omar Sy, who received the Cesar Award for Best Actor for his performance.
Olivier Nakache/Eric Toledano. 2012. 112 m. R. France, French. The Weinstein Company.2:40 PM 5:10 PM 7:35 PM
Andrew Bird: Fever Year
There’s no one like Andrew Bird, with his unique blend of musical styles, epic whistling, innovative performance technology, and violin plucking. He composes smart, passionate songs but might not bother to write them down, figuring that he’ll remember them if they’re good. Crammed with public and private Bird performances, this new documentary—which turned heads at the New York Film Festival—presents the hard-working artist at a crossroads, burned out and burning with fever, wondering what’s next for his career.
Xan Aranda. 2011. 81 m. NR. USA.7:30 PM 9:30 PM