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Kathleen Chalfant Breaks From Type in Isn't It Delicious

9 December 2014 9:00 PM, PST | Village Voice | See recent Village Voice news »

With her crisp diction and no-nonsense demeanor, Kathleen Chalfant is often cast as the voice of reason. She appears onscreen at pivotal moments, sets the protagonist straight, and is gone. The promise of Isn't It Delicious is that Chalfant plays the lead, and uses the opportunity to deconstruct one of the poised, imposing characters she's known for. The first glimpse of Chalfant as Connecticut matriarch Joan Weldon finds her meditatively smoking like a patrician femme fatale. Joan then joins her soft-spoken husband, Bill (Keir Dullea), to attend his brother's funeral, a family gathering that brings simmering conflicts to full boil. When director Michael Patrick Kelly and screenwriter Kathleen J. Kiley (both making their first feature film) focus on Joan, Isn't It Deli »

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