The Anniversary Party (2001)



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Titolo originale: The Anniversary Party–>
Genere: Drammatico, Commedia–>
Durata: 115–>
Nazione: USA–>
Regia:

  • Alan Cumming
  • Jennifer Jason Leigh

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Scritto da:

  • Jennifer Jason Leigh
  • Alan Cumming

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Produzione:

  • Alan Cumming (regista)
  • Andrew Hurwitz (produttore esecutivo)
  • Jennifer Jason Leigh (regista)
  • Michael Nelson (co-produttore)
  • JoAnne Sellar (regista)
  • Lila Yacoub (produttore associato)

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Musiche:

  • Michael Penn

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Trama del film:

Celebrity couple Joe and Sally Therrian are going through yet another rough stage in their six-year marriage: while Joe's novels have been climbing higher and higher on the best-seller lists, Sally's film career has been steadily sinking into oblivion. Joe's been given the rights to cast and direct the sceneggiatura of his latest book, but rather than resurrect Sally's career by casting her in the lead role, he's given it to Sally's rival, Skye Davidson. Even worse, he's invited Skye to their anniversary bash. Will the marriage, or anything else for that matter, survive the party? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <[email protected]>

While celebrating their reconciliation and six years of marriage, the American actress Sally Nash and the British novelist Joe Therrian receive their close friends, some colleagues and their next door neighbors in a party. Under the effect of Ecstasy, revelations are disclosed and relationships deteriorate among the group. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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1 Comment

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    Bob Taylor ([email protected]) said

    February 27 2012 @ 19:49

    …but well worth seeing. The digital camerawork was very well done,
    suggesting there is a future for this technology. The film’s style seems to
    depend on Robert Altman’s Seventies’ films ("Three Women," "A Wedding,"
    "Nashville"), where plot elements are treated with more or less equal
    weight.

    The pluses: Jennifer Jason Leigh comes into her own as an actress. The
    affectations that made me walk out of "Mrs. Parker" and "Georgia" are gone,
    she’s just concerned with telling the story here. Kevin Kline, Jennifer
    Beals and Gwyneth Paltrow are all wonderful, especially Beals, whom I feared
    was condemned to made-for-TV hell. Alan Cumming seems to struggle with his
    role; I just didn’t see him possessing the gravitas to be an esteemed
    novelist chosen to direct a film, but he is always interesting to
    watch.

    The minuses: those awful friends and neighbours. Whining, back-biting,
    jealous, passive-agressive, tiresome people–the Adamses, Forsyths and
    Roses. Were they inserted into the movie because independent productions
    need a lot of "color" or just because they’re friends of the filmmakers? I
    hope I never see Jane Adams play a more cartoonish, over-the-top character
    as Claire Forsyth. I could understand her husband trying to drown in the
    pool after living with her.

    The self-referential nature of the story is irksome. Hollywood’s problems
    concern only those who work there, not us. If that Julia Roberts vehicle,
    "Notting Hill," told us far more than we wanted to know about the perils of
    stardom, Cumming and Leigh have not learned the lesson, even though their
    film breathes some fresher and more passionate air.

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