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The Film Arcade to Release Jim Strouse's Film 'People, Places, Things'

24 February 2015 2:00 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Some good news for a great film out of the Sundance Film Festival. Director Jim Strouse, who last played Sundance with the films The Winning Season and Grace Is Gone, returned this year with a film called People, Places, Things starring Jemaine Clement as a graphic artist/illustrator. The charming film was quite enjoyable, I would actually recommend it and I hope people get a chance to see it, a very amusing little romantic comedy. Deadline is reporting that up-and-coming distributor The Film Arcade has picked up People, Places, Things for a Us release, sometime this summer. The indie distributor is also releasing Sundance faves A.C.O.D., Song One, The Voices, They Came Together and Dinosaur 13. So keep an eye out. People, Places, Things stars Jemaine Clement along with Stephanie Allynne, Regina Hall, Jessica Williams, Derrick Arthur and Celia Au. I saw the film at Sundance and enjoyed it quite a bit, »

- Alex Billington

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Sundance Review: Jemaine Clement, Jessica Williams and More Shine in 'People, Places and Things'

30 January 2015 7:33 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Writer-director James C. Strouse's first two films, "The Winning Season" and the John Cusack vehicle "Grace Is Gone" both explore fatherhood, but Strouse never seemed to find a way make his dramatic interests succeed in a narrative form. Now going as Jim Strouse, has finally discovered his groove with his latest project, "People, Places, Things." Anchored by a stellar cast and a hilarious script, Strouse balances dramatic elements with quick-witted comedy. The heart of the film is the performance of Jermaine Clement ("Flight of The Concords") as Will Henry, a depressed graphic novelist and single father trying to put his life back together after catching his wife cheating on him with Gary (Michael Chernus), a monologist, on his twin daughter's birthday. A year later, Will is living a small Queens apartment, expressing his anguish through his drawings. His ex-wife Charlie (Stephanie Allayne) is pregnant getting married to Gary. His. »

- Sterlin Johnson

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See Flight of the Conchords star in new People, Places, Things clip

30 January 2015 5:50 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

A new clip for People, Places, Things has been revealed.

Flight of the Conchords star Jemaine Clement struggles to get his twin children to school on time in the teaser.

The film is premiering at the Sundance Film Festival.

People, Places, Things is written and directed by James C Strouse (The Winning Season).

Clement recently denied that he is working on a new season of Flight of the Conchords for HBO.

The comic previously starred in vampire mockumentary What We Do In the Shadows. »

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Sundance 2015: Jemaine Clement Shines in The Effortlessly Lovely People, Places, Things

26 January 2015 3:48 PM, PST | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Director Jim Strouse is excellent at conveying the emotional range of the adult male experience. It’s not something you might hear a lot, especially in the context of it being refreshing, mostly because just about every movie is delivered from the male perspective. But there’s something a little more special, insightful and tender about Strouse’s work. This began with the pain explored in the John Cusack-led Grace is Gone, continued with the failure management of the Sam Rockwell-led The Winning Season and has come to fruition once again in the fatherhood dramedy People, Places, Things starring Jemaine Clement. Strouse has mastered the art of pairing the right leading man with the perfect emotional story. But there’s so much more to it. In People, Places, Things, Clement plays a comic artist and art institute teacher who is dealing with the failure of his relationship with the mother of his children. It »

- Neil Miller

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