A Romanian police officer teams up with a small crew of old friends from the World War II Jewish Resistance to pull off a heist by convincing everyone at the scene of the crime that they are only filming a movie.
While inventing stories about people they see walking around, Edith says "she's just trying to consolidate her grief into 40 characters so that she can tweet her sadness to the world". Twitter's message limit is actually 140 characters. See more »
As George and Conrad are leaving, George opens the back door of the car, but in the next shot after Edith and Audrey drive away, he's getting into the front seat. (at about 1:33 in the movie...) See more »
Written by Jean Burden, Christian Devivo, Mark Pistel & Mark Weiner
Performed by Yung Mars with Jenevieve Francisco
Published by LoveCat Music & Big Tiger Music Inc.
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This is an unusually smart romantic comedy. Two parents bring their kids to Middleton College to check the place out. One kid is laser-focused on studying at this college under a linguistics professor that she idolizes because of his book. The other kid is drifting through life so far on his big toothy smile and good looks. His dad is a successful heart surgeon. Her mom, well she's in retail. Their initial meeting starts with a parking lot argument as both arrive at Middleton College. The two adults react very badly with each other. He's a dork. She's a harpy. They are so repelled by the "otherness" of each other that you know very early on that they will fall in love by the end of the movie.
This movie is not so much about these two characters falling in love. It's all about the few hours it takes for them to go from strangers to close friends and the number of comedic adventures they manage to pack into a day back at college for both of them. Heavy on the comedy, light on the romance. If you think of all the opportunities a college might offer as a backdrop for this story arc, well they're all in there. It's a sweet, comfortable moviesort of like macaroni and cheesewith some very smart, funny dialog written for the characters.
A pleasant way to spend the afternoon, which is what I did thanks to the San Jose Camera Cinema Club.
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