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Opening night after party for the Public Theater Lab production of 'Knickerbocker' held at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill

Zak Orth and Bob Dishy - Zak Orth and Bob Dishy New York City, USA - Opening night after party for the Public Theater Lab production of 'Knickerbocker' held at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill Thursday 19th May 2011

Opening night after party for the Public Theater Lab production of 'Knickerbocker' held at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill

Atmosphere and Bob Dishy Thursday 19th May 2011 Opening night after party for the Public Theater Lab production of 'Knickerbocker' held at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill New York City, USA

Opening night after party for the Public Theater Lab production of 'Knickerbocker' held at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill

Bob Dishy Thursday 19th May 2011 Opening night after party for the Public Theater Lab production of 'Knickerbocker' held at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill New York City, USA

Opening night after party for the Public Theater Lab production of 'Knickerbocker' held at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill

Bob Dishy - Mia Barron and Bob Dishy New York City, USA - Opening night after party for the Public Theater Lab production of 'Knickerbocker' held at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill Thursday 19th May 2011

Don Juan Demarco Review


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Don Juan, the world's greatest lover...is Johnny Depp? I can believe it, after seeing Don Juan DeMarco, a new film by first-time director Jeremy Leven. With excellent flare, Leven brings us this beguiling tale of a young man who may or may not be the legendary seducer of over one thousand women.

When a distraught Don Juan is about to commit suicide because of the loss of his (most recent) love, psychiatrist Jack Mickler (Marlon Brando) is brought in to bring him back to reality. This proves to be a major undertaking, as Mickler slowly begins to realize that the "delusional" Don Juan may actually be who he says he is. As his last case before retirement, Mickler is given ten days to determine whether or not to institutionalize Don Juan, and there, the journey into the man's past begins.

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Judy Berlin Review


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Judy Berlin has the unmistakable characteristics of a Woody Allen film (though it's not one). Its cerebral humor, rash characters, and ensemble cast are gelled with a very Allenesque theme: that life has simply passed by the small, predominantly Jewish community of Babylon, Long Island. First time director Eric Mendelsohn, who reportedly worked with Allen on several films, shoots in black and white, and effectively paints a dreary reality for the people of the small suburb.

As the story goes, it is the second day of school and the fall is in full swing. David Gold (Aaron Harnick) has returned to his parent's home after spending time working in the film business in California. He runs into old high school classmate Judy Berlin (Edie Falco - from HBO's Oz and The Sopranos), an outspoken yet dimwitted aspiring actress on her way to Hollywood that very evening. The story follows their respective families as Judy and David spend the day reminiscing while a solar eclipse darkens the town.

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Judy Berlin Review


Weak

A sardonic yet adoring, antic allegory about a menagerie of neurotic Long Island oddballs following and/or abandoning their dreams, "Judy Berlin" is a strange little film that got left behind like a red-headed step child at last year's Sundance Film Festival.

Its creator Eric Mendelsohn won Best Director in Park City, but went home without a distribution deal -- which is the undeclared movie meat market's unspoken parting gift for award winners.

Then along came indie house Shooting Gallery, which has made this movie the flagship release for a touring series of six pictures the distributor feels went unfairly unnoticed during their festival tours.

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