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Naomi Foner, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard Tuesday 31st July 2012 Naomi Foner, Peter Sarsgaard, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Gloria Ray Sarsgaard on the set of 'Very Good Girls.'

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Maggie Gyllenhaal and Naomi Foner
Naomi Foner, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard

Jake Gyllenhaal, Dakota Fanning and Naomi Foner - Jake Gyllenhaal, his mom, director and screenwriter Naomi Foner Dakota Fanning and Boyd Holbrook Wednesday 18th July 2012 on the set 'Very Good Girls'

Jake Gyllenhaal, Dakota Fanning and Naomi Foner
Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Foner
Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Foner
Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Foner
Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Foner
Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Foner

Bee Season Review


Excellent
One of the rarest beasts in the celluloid kingdom is the two-director film. I don't mean films with co-directors; I'm talking about two names under that "directed by" credit. It happened earlier this year with Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's relentless Sin City, which couldn't be farther from the style or subject matter than Scott McGehee and David Siegel's Bee Season.

We see a helicopter bring a large metal statue of the letter A over a west coast bridge. Watching intently, young Eliza Naumann (Flora Cross), her brother and her parents drive to colleges and jobs. They each have their own lives and secrets that we can't even fathom yet. Eliza's secret is that she's an expert speller, able to close her eyes and harness a power to see the letters come alive around her. After winning her school's spelling bee, she attempts to tell her father, Saul (Richard Gere), but he doesn't notice, not until she wins the next round and gets her name in the paper, which turns Saul's attention away from his son, Aaron (Max Minghella), and towards his daughter's strange talent.

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Bee Season Review


Excellent
One of the rarest beasts in the celluloid kingdom is the two-director film. I don't mean films with co-directors; I'm talking about two names under that "directed by" credit. It happened earlier this year with Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's relentless Sin City, which couldn't be farther from the style or subject matter than Scott McGehee and David Siegel's Bee Season.

We see a helicopter bring a large metal statue of the letter A over a west coast bridge. Watching intently, young Eliza Naumann (Flora Cross), her brother and her parents drive to colleges and jobs. They each have their own lives and secrets that we can't even fathom yet. Eliza's secret is that she's an expert speller, able to close her eyes and harness a power to see the letters come alive around her. After winning her school's spelling bee, she attempts to tell her father, Saul (Richard Gere), but he doesn't notice, not until she wins the next round and gets her name in the paper, which turns Saul's attention away from his son, Aaron (Max Minghella), and towards his daughter's strange talent.

Continue reading: Bee Season Review

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Bee Season Movie Review

One of the rarest beasts in the celluloid kingdom is the two-director film. I don't...

Bee Season Movie Review

Bee Season Movie Review

One of the rarest beasts in the celluloid kingdom is the two-director film. I don't...

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