The Squid and the Whale
Dir. Noah Baumbach (2005). Noah Baumbach's cine-memoir dramatizes his parents' separation. Cruel and tender, this is a richly detailed, rarely sentimental, and even revelatory child's vision of a particular Park Slope haute boho milieu. The movie is often funny, but despite the Salinger-esque overtones, it's far from cuteleast of all in its mortifying view of teenage sex.
Thu., Feb. 17, 7 p.m., 2011
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