Imogen Poots is a huge fan of 1970's American cinema and was very enthusiastic about working with Peter Bogdanovich. She described the role as "the most extraordinary job I've ever had". See more »
(at around 20 mins) When Jane lets the German Shepherd, Shep, into a taxi, she says, "Good girl." Later she refers to him as a male: "Come on, boy." See more »
a.k.a. Glowstick. Why Glowstick? Oh! Call girl? Well that's disgusting. I mean, how do you feel when you're even doing that? Honestly? Are there any up sides to this job?
Well, there are plenty of ups, you know? I mean, that was really a problem!
You don't joke in therapy.
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Clips from the film "Cluny Brown" and the TV show "The Sopranos" are shown during the credits. See more »
The movie, the cast and the lovely Imogen Poots... They're all funny that way
The film feels like those old time french or Woody Allen comedy of errors. The hands of Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach as executive producers can be noticed, witch doesn't steal any of the writer and director Peter Bogdanovich's credits. The whole movie is really funny, and Imogen Poots leads it the right way and George Morfogen's character, perfectly played, emphasizes that old time comedy taste. Needless to say that the cast worked brilliantly. All the characters were well written, so there is half way through, but I can't see any miscasting in this movie, not even for the secondary parts. Something you don't see everyday in the movies. Simple and well crafted... Good old time laughs... Nowadays, it feels like the rule is to overthink in comedy... And "She's Funny That Way" skip that rule.
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