Echoes of Madame Bovary in the American suburbs. Sarah’s in a loveless marriage, long days with her young daughter at the park and the pool, wanting more. Brad is a househusband, married to a flinty documentary filmmaker. Ronnie is just out of prison – two years for indecent exposure – living with his mother; Larry is a retired cop, fixated on driving Ronnie away. Sarah and Brad connect, a respite of adult companionship at the pool. Ronnie and Larry have their demons. Brad should be studying for the bar; Larry misses his job; Ronnie’s mom thinks he needs a girlfriend. Sarah longs to refuse to be trapped in an unhappy life. Where can these tangled paths lead? –IMDb
A bona fide jack-of-all-trades, Todd Field is one of the film industry’s more multifaceted members, having worked in varying capacities as an actor, director, producer, composer, and screenwriter. Probably most recognizable to art house audiences thanks to his work in such films as Nicole Holofcener’s Walking and Talking (1996) and Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Field has also composed scores for features ranging from Gross Anatomy (1989) to Ruby in Paradise (1993) — both of which featured him in supporting roles — and has directed, written, and produced a number of independent projects. Born in Pomona, CA, on February 24, 1964, Field broke into professional acting in his early twenties with work in television. After making his film debut as a singer in Woody Allen’s Radio Days (1987), he went on to do supporting work in a multitude of features, until in 1993, he earned some measure of recognition and an Independent Spirit Awards nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his… read more
Anyone condemnatory of some of von Trier's works will praise this alarmist claptrap.
Film dengan penuh pesan moral… Berat? Mungkin. Film ini berisi mengenai menghargai apa yang telah kita miliki, memaafkan kesalahan orang yang terdahulu dan… tidak ada seorang pun dengan masa lalu yang… read review