During the interviews for The Wife, I asked Glenn Close, Annie Starke, Christian Slater, and Jonathan Pryce to talk about some of their favorite films. Below is the unedited three minute film discussion as well as isolated audio from Close who cited A Man For All Seasons as her favorite movie.
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As a Brian De Palma (Passion) and Ridley Scott (Prometheus) enthusiast, Noomi Rapace has been a personal favorite. With What Happened To Monday, she delivers a tour de force performance that, despite its gimmicky plotline, is grounded in humanity. It’s premieres on Netflix today, and if you’re a sci-fi/thriller fan, it’s a must watch.
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A film that I can’t get out of my head (in a good way) is director Victor Levin’s disarmingly romantic, evocative, and blissfully wistful drama 5 to 7. I recently had the pleasure of meeting Levin and actress Bérénice Marlohe and I’ve posted the full video interview below.
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Dylan Thomas once penned that “though lovers be lost, love shall not,” and with director Victor Levin’s delightful and achingly romantic 5 to 7, two people find each other amidst New York’s busied streets, ready for adventure.
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Opening in theaters April 13, 5 to 7 centers Brian (Anton Yelchin), a struggling New York writer who is romantically involved with Arielle (Bérénice Marlohe) a married woman with a liberated view on relationships. Their bond is immediate (some would say love at first sight), and for two hours a day they continue to fall deeper in love with each other.
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