An evening with Paul Auster & friends! MUSIC, MAGIC & THE MUSE: for his latest novel, '4 3 2 1' features Singer Sophie Auster and Magician David Blaine held at Adrienne Arsht Center - Miami, Florida, United States - Tuesday 21st February 2017
Peter Sarsgaard plays Richard, a typical (almost stereotypical) techo-geek who made a million dollars the year prior and is about to make a lot more through an IPO. We are introduced to him and Florence (Molly Parker) as they check into a hotel suite in Las Vegas. Through a series of flashbacks, we learn that Richard recently met Florence, a freckled stunner, at the strip club where she works. Within five minutes, Wang sets the film's tone by having Parker perform an act that eliminates any chance for an R rating -- a shocking act for a lead actress in a mainstream film, and one that suggests that freedom of sexuality is a major issue here (and that Parker is an actress with few boundaries).
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