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Frances Ha

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Call number: DVD Comedy Frances

Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor, Malletts Adult, Pittsfield Adult, Traverwood Adult, West Adult

Additional Details

Originally released as a motion picture in 2012.

Production notes and essay "The Green Girl" by playwright Annie Baker are included in container insert.

Special features: Peter Bodganovich and Baumbach (new conversation between filmmaker Bogdanovich and cowriter-director Baumbach); Sarah Polley and Greta Gerwig (new conversation between actor and filmmaker Polley and the film's cowriter and star, Gerwig); Interpreting reality (new conversation about the look of Frances Ha between Baumbach, director of photography Sam Levy, and Pascal Dangin, who did the film's color mastering); Trailer. Booklet features an essay by playwright Annie Baker.

All content and special features available on both Blu-Ray and DVD discs.

Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner, Charlotte D'Amboise, Adam Driver, Hannah Dunne, Michael Esper, Grace Gummer, Josh Hamilton, Patrick Heusinger, Cindy Katz, Maya Kazan, Justine Lupe, Britta Phillips, Juliet Rylance, Dean Wareham, Michael Zegen.

Greta Gerwig is radiant as a woman in her late twenties in contemporary New York, trying to sort out her ambitions, her finances, and, above all, her tight but changing bond with her best friend, Sophie (Mickey Sumner). Meticulously directed by Noah Baumbach (Kicking and Screaming) with a free-and-easy vibe reminiscent of the French New Wave's most spirited films, and written by Baumbach and Gerwig with an effortless combination of sweetness and wit, Frances Ha gets at both the frustrations and the joys of being young and unsure of where to go next. This wry and sparkling city romance is a testament to the ongoing vitality of independent American cinema.

DVD: DVD, NTSC region 1, high definition widescreen (1.85:1) presentation; 5.1 Dolby Digital surround.

Reviews & Summaries

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Worth a Look

While not for everyone, this is a simple glimpse into the life of Frances, her struggles, hopes and humiliations. Not too deep, only 86 minutes,. I like to see how other people live sometimes, even if their lives are mundane. There's always something to learn about people.

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