3 June 2012 6:24 AM, PDT | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

You haven't heard of Richard's Wedding? Don't feel too uninformed. There's been absolutely no advance buzz on writer/director/actor Onur Tukel's deliriously droll walk in the park -- Central Park, that is. With no stars in it, no major studio behind it, and no budget to promote it, this at times combustibly funny look at New York's aging children (mostly in the 30-to-40-year-old range) will be screening at Brooklyn's pioneering reRun Gastropub Theater until June 7. After that, who knows?

"This is a shande!" my Yiddish grandmother would have kvetched. "A great shame!"

Being one of the few films of the summer to rely totally on wit while not starring Taylor KitschRichard's Wedding overwhelms at first, possibly because we're expecting so little. After all, this is an eensy-weensy American indie. But minute by minute, the jokes get funnier, the neuroses more elaborate, and the penetration into modern »

- Brandon Judell

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