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    Watch: 3 Clips From 'Afternoon Delight' Starring Kathryn Hahn & Juno Temple Plus New Pics

    Jill Soloway may be marking her feature length directorial debut with “Afternoon Delight” but there’s a good chance that she’s been involved with something you’ve enjoyed over the years. As a writer she’s worked on such projects as “United States of Tara,” “Six Feet Under,“ and even a couple of epis...

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    Juno Temple Lining Up Role In Thomas Vinterberg's 'Far From The Madding Crowd' With Carey Mulligan

    At only 23 years old, it seem Juno Temple has done it all. She's worked with everyone from Christopher Nolan to Paul W.S. Anderson to Gregg Araki to Noah Baumbach to Robert Rodriguez, and done everything from big budget tentpoles, to indies you might have not even heard of. And the actress continues...

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    Trailer of the Week: Kathryn Hahn Adopts Juno Temple in Sexy, Funny Trailer for Sundance Winner 'Afternoon Delight'

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: A surprise winner at this year's Sundance Film Festival where it nabbed the Dramatic Directing Award, Jill Soloway's debut feature "Afternoon Delight" premiered late in the festival, garnering solid word of mouth for its off-kilter plot and strong ensemble, led...

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    Watch: Strippers & Sex In Trailer For Sundance Winner 'Afternoon Delight' Starring Juno Temple & Kathryn Hahn

    Okay, while the idea of a couple in crisis turning to hitting strip clubs to get some heat back in their relationship sounds like advice given a decade ago in Cosmo, it serves as the backdrop for "Afternoon Delight" and you know what? It works, and the first trailer is here to show you some skin and...

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    Exclusive: Check Out The Sly Poster For Sundance Winner 'Afternoon Delight'

    Ahead of its theatrical release at the end of the summer, Indiewire is pleased to premiere the poster for "Afternoon Delight." The film, which bowed at Sundance back in January where it won Best Director for Jill Soloway, stars Kathryn Hahn as Rachel, a thirty-something stay-at-home mom who impulsiv...

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    Watch: Michael Cera Creeps Out Juno Temple in Trailer For Sebastian Silva's Thriller 'Magic Magic'

    At Sundance this year, Chilean director Sebastian Silva premiered two distinctly different films. One, "Crystal Fairy," is a drug-fueled comedy starring Michael Cera. Silva's other film, "Magic Magic," is a psychological thriller and a considerably more ominous effort, as you can tell from the just-...

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    Watch: New Trailer For Thriller 'Magic Magic' Starring Michael Cera & Juno Temple

    It premiered at Sundance earlier this year and played at the Directors' Fortnight last month at Cannes, but it seems Sebastian Silva’s “Magic Magic” will not be playing at a theater near you. Instead, it’s going straight to DVD. What’s up with that? Either way, the first official trailer for the psy...

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    Watch: Clip From Sundance & Cannes Thriller 'Magic Magic' Starring Michael Cera & Juno Temple

    The Cannes Film Festival is just around the corner and, as usual, clips from some of the prospective films are starting to make their way to the internet. One such film, which is premiering at the Directors’ Fortnight, is “Magic Magic.” Directed by Sebastian Silva (“The Maid”) and starring Michael C...

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    Review: 'The Brass Teapot' Is More Modest Trinket Than Rare Find

    Ramma Mosley's “The Brass Teapot," based on a screenplay by Tim Macy, who wrote the short story and the 2007 short film that served as a jumping-off point for this feature, tries hard to be a moral fable, a reflection of today's challenging economic tides and the college graduates weathering them wi...

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