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Film Review: ‘Outliving Emily’

8 September 2015 9:03 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Chronicling a marriage of 60 years in half a dozen segments with six different pairs of actors portraying the long-hitched couple, “Outliving Emily” illustrates helmer-writer Eric Weber’s politically correct thesis: “No matter who we are — man, woman, black, white, gay, straight — we all love the same.” It’s a nice concept, utilizing an oddball cast, with the segments linked by arch commentary from a voiceover narrator (Kathleen Turner). But overall, this indie dramedy — the sole U.S. entry competing at the Montreal World Film Festival — is about as profound as a Hallmark greeting card and as sophisticated as an average Lifetime movie.

Weber (“Second Best,” “Jersey Christmas”), formerly a highly successful advertising copywriter and author of books such as “How to Pick Up Girls on the Side,” first turned his story “The Pact” into a short film co-directed with Sean Devaney. That short, here called “Attachment,” shows Emily and Tim Hanratty (Olympia Dukakis, »

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