A 65-year-old single artist living in New York City has a good life: a stable teaching job, successful friends, and a loyal, aging dog named Bing. As her dream of a respectable place in the...
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André Leon Talley,
A 65-year-old single artist living in New York City has a good life: a stable teaching job, successful friends, and a loyal, aging dog named Bing. As her dream of a respectable place in the art world becomes more elusive, her frustration with her lack of recognition feels alarmingly urgent.
The multicoloured cartoonish like painting that Ellie examines at the exhibition is entitled "Large Bather (quicksand)" by Carroll Duhham, her spouse in real life and father of Lena and Grace Duhham both also appearing in the movie. See more »
It's just like a piece of art. I liked looking at it but did not fully understand it's meaning.
Think I got a pretty good grasp on the main character, a seasoned woman still struggling to find success as an artist in the art world, trying to do something that will get her name recognized.
Like the great nod to indi film making, I noticed one of the sets looks like it was a place used in the film Tiny Furniture. It's like Lena Duhnum was asked for more than just to do a cameo in the film.
Not my style
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