With excruciating honesty, Noah Baumbach’s acclaimed third feature—which marked a turn toward an increasingly personal style—chronicles the experiences of two young brothers growing up in 1980s Park Slope, Brooklyn, as they navigate the jagged contours of the divorce of their parents, both writers.
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How not to be a parent! The script is just so great that in the end I felt maybe I overlooked the excellent execution of the movie and the brilliant performances all round. Even the bit players were excellent... (the school counsellor and the shrink...) I thought I would hate this movie but it's definitely a keeper.
'Stop, Frank!' I loved it.