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On The Town With Aubrey Reuben - September 24, 2011

 

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September 24, 2011
 

09-16-11 Cast members (L-R) John Glover, Ellen Burstyn. Max Casella at a photo op for "The Atmosphere of Memory" at The Bank Street Theater. 155 Bank St. Thursday morning 09-15-11

09-18-11 An unidentified fan poses with Michael Musto at a party for his book "Fork on the Left. Knife in theBack" at Copacabana. 268 West 47th St. Monday night 09-17-11

09-16-11 Cast members (L-R) John Glover, Ellen Burstyn. Max Casella at a photo op for "The Atmosphere of Memory" at The Bank Street Theater. 155 Bank St.
 Thursday morning 09-15-11

09-18-11 An unidentified fan poses with Michael Musto at a party for his book "Fork on the Left. Knife in theBack" at Copacabana. 268 West 47th St. Monday night 09-17-11

 
09-18-11 CEO of Akanksha Foundation Vandana Goyal (L) and lady's boutique owner Soigne K at a reception for the Education Non-profit Pioneering Charter School Movement in India which is participating in The Clinton Global Initiative Conference in NYC at the boutique. 717 Madison Ave. Monday night 09-17-11 09-18-11 Film star Hani Furstenberg (L) and director Julia Loktev after a Q & A following the screening of their film "The Loneliest Planet" at the Walter Reade Theater. Monday morning 09-17-11

09-18-11 CEO of Akanksha Foundation Vandana Goyal (L) and lady's boutique owner Soigne K at a reception for the Education Non-profit Pioneering Charter School Movement in India which is participating in The Clinton Global Initiative Conference in NYC at the boutique.
717 Madison Ave. Monday night 09-17-11

09-18-11 Film star Hani Furstenberg (L) and director Julia Loktev after a Q & A following the screening of their film "The Loneliest Planet" at the Walter Reade Theater.
Monday morning 09-17-11

 
09-22-11 Artist Red Grooms with one of his works at an exhibition of his art at Marlborough Gallery. 09-23-11 (L-R) Director Daniel Talbott. cast member Samantha Soule. playwright/cast member Troy Deutsch at the opening night party for "Lake Water" at IRT Theatre. 154 Christopher St. Thursday night 09-22-11

09-22-11 Artist Red Grooms with one of his works at an exhibition of his art at Marlborough Gallery.
40 West 57th St. Wednesday night 09-21-11

09-23-11 (L-R) Director Daniel Talbott. cast member Samantha Soule. playwright/cast member Troy Deutsch at the opening night party for "Lake Water" at IRT Theatre. 154 Christopher St. Thursday night 09-22-11



Off Broadway, Sweet and Sad is the second play about a family in Rhinebeck, New York, which takes place on September 11. 2011. Six fine actors eat lunch, drink wine and chat about themselves and events of the day from 2pm to 4pm. The plays lasts that long without an intermission.

 
Kithless in Paradise is about three wealthy couples at a dinner party in San Francisco. They consume too much wine, and secrets are revealed, good behavior goes out of control and the moral is dinner and wine in excess do not mix. Unfortunately, there is nothing original or imaginative in this play.
 
Lake Water is a play about two high school students in a small town, who meet together following a friend's suicide. They talk, reminisce about their past and fight. Both Samantha Soule and Troy Deutsch, who is also the playwright, capture the confusion of unhappy young people, who don't know where they belong.
 
It was a fun celebration at Copacabana for Michael Musto's book Fork on the Left, Knife in the Back. 88-year-old Larry Storch attended party.
 
There was a reception for Akanksha Foundation, an Education Non-profit Pioneering Charter School Movement in India which has been invited to participate in the Clinton Global Initiative Conference in NYC at Soigne K lady's boutique on Madison Ave. CEO Vandana Goyal spoke and I met the owner of the boutique.
 
Burma Ball was a fundraiser for Burmese refugee boys at the New Blood Migrant School in Mae Sot, Thailand, at the Friars Club and Elisabeth Tryon sang and pianist Rosa Antonelli performed before the buffet dinner. It was an enjoyable evening.
 
I attended a reception for the art exhibition of Red Grooms at the Marlborough gallery. His work is modern, srtange and was quite interesting.
 
Press screenings for the Film Society at Lincoln Center's New York Film Festival 2011 have begun at the Walter Reade Theater. I recommend The Loneliest Planet, by Julia Loktev, 2011, USA/Germany, about a young engaged couple on a backpacking trip in the Caucasus mountains with a Georgian guide. The  film is breathtakingly beautiful, and when a violent incident takes place, we see the effect on their relationship. It is a fascinating film and Gael Garcia Bernal and Hani Furstenberg are splendid as the couple. An oddity is You Are Not I, by Sara Driver, USA, 1981. The film disappeared and suddenly a print was discovered. It is a short film about a patient, who escapes from a metal hospital and returns to her sister's home. We hear the thoughts of a distubed mind and it concludes with an unexpected ending.

Le Havre, by Aki Kaurismaki, Finland/France/Germany, 2011 is a sweet and sentimental film that takes place in the port city in the north of France.A wonderful Andre Wilms shines shoes to make a living, and finds himself helping a young illegal African trying to reach London to join his mother.

 
 

 

The variety of characters are a joy to watch and the director captures the flavor of Franch life, A memorable film. Corpo Celeste, by Alice Rohrwacher, Italy/France 2011, features an astonishing performance by a young Yle Vianello, returning to Reggio Calabria from Switzerland, where she is preparing for her confirmation. The readjustment to life in Italy, the influence of the Catholic church on the inhabitants of the town, and the change to adolescence in this young girl is brilliantly portrayed in this remarkable film. It is one of the highlights of this splendid festival of marvelous films. You Can't Go Home Again, by Ncholas Ray, is a reconstruction of his final film, when he taught at a college in upstate New York. As an historical footnote to the work of the legendary filmmaker is has certain interest, but I found it too fragmented, loud and annoying, and his students were immature and irritating.

George Harrison:Living in the Material World
, by Martin Scorsese, 2011, USA, is an overlong documentary about the late Beatle. Friends, family and members of the surviving Beatles reminisce about him, and there is a section devoted to his visits to India, where he tries to find the meaning of life. Beatle fans will enjoy this film, which features much of his music. Music According to Tom Jobin, by Nelson Pereira Dos Santos, 2011, Brazil, are film clips, consisting of various performers from around the world singing the songs of the famous Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos "Tom" Jobin. Fans of bossa nova will enjoy seeing artists like Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald and all the top Brazilian singers perform his work.
 
Melancholia, by Lars von Trier, 2011, Denmark/Sweden/France/Germany/Italy, is a beautiful film in two parts. The first is about Justine, played by Kirsten Dunst at her magnificent wedding party in the home of her sister. Her performance won her the Best Actress in the Cannes Film Festival, and it is well deserved. The second part focuses on her sister, played by Charlotte Gainsbourg, and shows the disaster when a planet Melancholia strikes the Earth. It is definitely one of the highlights of the festival, and it is highly recommended. Patience (After Sebald), by Grant Gee, 2011, UK, is a wonderful documentary, one of the best I have seen, about tracing a walk taken by the author W. G Sebald in Suffolk as described in his book The Rings of Saturn. We learn a lot about this gentle, intellectual professor of European Literature, who was born in Germany and lived and taught most of his life in England. The film is intelligent, enlightening and, I as a native born Englishman, feel I have become thoroughly acquainted with a part of England I never knew. It is a extraordinary achievement.
 
Dreileben, 2011, Germany, are three separate films directed by three different directors Christian Petzold, Dominik Graf and Christoph Hochhausler about an escaped murderer, who is mentally deranged and may kill again. We see the films from different points of view, the victim, a psychologist and the murderer. The films are well made, especially Part One by Petzold. The other two parts are also good, but have a few unexplained loose ends, that make them less than satisfying.

 

Joyce Brooks

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