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A Chelsea art gallerist falls for a brooding new music composer in this comic tale about the state of contemporary art.

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A Chelsea art gallerist falls for a brooding new music composer in this comic tale about the state of contemporary art.

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Everyone's got an opinion.

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Comedy | Drama | Music

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Rated R for language and nude images

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2 June 2011 (Netherlands)  »

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A New York Love Affair  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$18,002, 25 October 2009, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$230,600, 6 December 2009
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The film premiered in the United States on October 23, 2009 where it opened in theaters and grossed in its first weekend $18,002. See more »

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Madeleine Gray: Try to read this work as a mistake... it's so personal.
Adrian Jacobs: Some things are so personal... that's better to keep them to yourself.
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What is Art? What is Music? This film looks at those questions insightfully.
13 January 2009 | by See all my reviews

We saw this at the 2009 Palm Springs International Film Festival. Adam Goldberg plays a composer whose music is as far from commercial or accessible as possible. His brother is a very commercially successful artist who longs for recognition by the art community. They are both attracted to Madeleine, the beautiful and smart owner of an art gallery, who understands the difference between the artistic and commercial worlds in both art and music. The two brothers use Madeleine as the pivot of their balance, as each tries to achieve what they desire - commercial success for one and artistic appreciation for the other. Set in the heart of the art scene in New York, this film has the ring of truth - from the artist with Asperger' who labors over where to hang his work (a single pushpin placed on a blank wall), to the rich, clueless art collector who buys work he doesn't understand and doesn't enjoy - merely because his spreadsheet says it's underpriced. The characters are portrayed with compassion - the director has thankfully resisted the temptation to turn them into easy caricatures. Highly recommended, especially if the viewer has an interest in the modern art or music scene.


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