Satire is a hard genre to make work in film. The Hebrew Hammer is dedicated at the beginning to 'All of the Jewish brothers and sisters who had enough of the gentiles'. It's the work of first time writer/director Jonathan Kesselman. It's an...
A pure delight from Delpy.
This year Knocked Up and Superbad made Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen the kings of raunchy romantic comedy. But they better watch out – they’ve got competition in the unlikely form of Julie Delpy. The Oscar nominated French actress has written and...
While Eli, Dan Bucatinsky, waits for the result of blood tests at a clinic he has an intimate chat with receptionist Doris Roberts about his failed relationship with Tom, Richard Ruccolo. And Tom is at an AA meeting sharing his problems. The two...