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The Little Hours

Dirigido por Jeff Baena
Estados Unidos, 2017


A young servant fleeing from his master takes refuge at a dysfunctional convent in medieval Tuscany.

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The Little Hours Dirigido por Jeff Baena
The three extremely funny actresses go to town with all of the possibilities. But Baena also gets that smaller moments of humor act as glue to keep the whole thing together. He is sensitive to the comedic possibilities in a glance, a pause, a visual. Perhaps most strikingly, Baena has a fine-tuned sense of the absurd. There’s a bit with a turtle walking slowly by a doorway that is such a quiet little moment, really, but it has an enormous comedic impact.
June 30, 2017
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At times, the atmosphere is so clubby that the actors seem to be performing mainly for one another. Centering on three irreverent nuns played by Aubrey Plaza (witchy and bitchy), Alison Brie (frustrated and snooty) and Kate Micucci (bi-curious and babyish), the goofy plot never finds its groove. Molly Shannon, in the role of senior sister, is virtually ignored; and Dave Franco’s hunky handyman is mostly just a ripped body for female characters to enthusiastically molest.
June 29, 2017
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Every few months in the world of movies, there’s a small delight that nearly slips past notice. The Little Hours, an unapologetically anachronistic confection directed by Jeff Baena (Life After Beth) and based loosely—very loosely—on Boccaccio’s Decameron, is one of these.
June 29, 2017
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