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Culture, The Exhibitionist Chatting With <i>Tangerine</i> Director Sean Baker

Chatting With Tangerine Director Sean Baker

Here to talk with us now is Sean Baker, who most recently has directed Tangerine, the first full-length movie that was shot on an iPhone and is actually really good. It’s about transgender sex workers on the mean streets…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Talking Creepiness With Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice of <i>Creep</i>

Talking Creepiness With Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice of Creep

Anyone who's regularly used Craigslist to meet prospective roommates, buy a sofa, or book outcall massage, can boast at least one odd encounter with a stranger. But probably none as creepy as struggling filmmaker Aaron (Patrick Brice)'s face to…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Mark Duplass and Charlie McDowell Discuss "The One I Love" Without Giving It Away or Minding If You Pick It Apart

Mark Duplass and Charlie McDowell Discuss "The One I Love" Without Giving It Away or Minding If You Pick It Apart

In The One I Love, the new cozy indie romantic drama starring Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss, a weekend marriage-repair retreat goes quite awry. (Here's a short review.)  We’re not supposed to talk about how it goes awry, but we…
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Film, "Safety Not Guaranteed": Love Doesn't Make Us All Stupid

"Safety Not Guaranteed": Love Doesn't Make Us All Stupid

With her high cheekbones, feline brown eyes, and heart-shaped mouth, actress Aubrey Plaza is bombshell hot. But in an unusual twist for a twentysomething performer, Plaza's natural foxiness is a resource that has gone largely unexploited. She's never cast purely…
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Film, "Your Sister's Sister": Schmaltz with Sharp Dialogue

"Your Sister's Sister": Schmaltz with Sharp Dialogue

Beginning with a bilious toast and ending with a group hug, Lynn Shelton's Your Sister's Sister, her fourth film, expertly makes us squirm for about half its running time only to soothe us with empty pop-psych declarations. In Shelton's previous…
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Calendar, Night&Day Worthy of Lebowski

Worthy of Lebowski

It's obvious that Jason Segel has a face for comedy. He's got a lumpy, sad-sack mug with a dozen inflections to register disappointment, confusion, and self-doubt. But as the basement-dwelling hero in Jay and Mark Duplass's new quest movie, Segel…
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Film, "Jeff, Who Lives at Home": Endearingly Illustrates Man-Child

"Jeff, Who Lives at Home": Endearingly Illustrates Man-Child

It's obvious that Jason Segel has a face for comedy. He's got a lumpy, sad-sack mug with a dozen inflections to register disappointment, confusion, and self-doubt. But as the basement-dwelling hero in Jay and Mark Duplass' new quest movie, Segel…
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Film, Easy Rider

Easy Rider

A first-time feature film about a failed indie rocker, his beautiful girlfriend, and his sanctimonious nature-boy brother on a road trip: There are so many ways that The Puffy Chair could have gone wrong. But it doesn't — not once.…
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