The third film of Sofia Coppola, in which the lead actress (Rashida Jones) is left-handed, the others being Scarlet Johansson in Lost in Translation and Nicole Kidman in The Beguiled. See more »
At ~32:30, when Felix is driven in his car through Manhattan, the interior is not of his early 1990s Mercedes S-class. The front window has a small front "mini" window area, and the side (wing) mirrors are not attached to the A-pillars, as is the case on the S500. See more »
I really loved this film. The chemistry of Jones and Murray was a real driving force, and both characters were, to me at least, very well rounded, interesting and funny. I think it was shot beautifully, and all of the short scenes really conveyed the mundanity of her life, and the monotony of adulthood. I loved the semi redemption of Murray's character, with some people unable to forgive his actions, but his relationship with his daughter struggling through. I just found the whole thing very real, and affecting, and overall I loved it.
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