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Summer Talk: The Film Society of Lincoln Center Adds Final Discussion with 'Enough Said' Director Nicole Holofcener

By Ramzi De Coster | Indiewire September 9, 2013 at 5:13PM

Writer-director Nicole Holofcener will participate in The Film Society of Lincoln Center's final Summer Talk, in which she will discuss her upcoming comedy "Enough Said," The Film Society announced today.
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Enough Said

Writer-director Nicole Holofcener will participate in The Film Society of Lincoln Center's final Summer Talk, in which she will discuss her upcoming comedy "Enough Said," The Film Society announced today.

"Enough Said" follows divorced single parent masseuse Eva (Julia Louis Dreyfus) through her blossoming romance with funny like-minded Albert (James Gandolfini) and her newfound friendship with client and poet Marianne (Catherine Keener) whose only drawback is her undimmed dislike of her ex-husband. When Eva discovers the truth about Marianne's ex-husband, her once-picture perfect relationship with Albert strays off the path of serenity. "Enough Said" showcases James Gandolfini in his final performance as the epicenter of the film's relationship drama. 

Holofcener, who has previously written and directed films such as "Walking and Talking," "Lovely and Amazing," "Friends With Money," and "Please Give" is set to join The New York Film Festival Director of Programming Kent Jones in the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Amphitheater on September 17 at 7pm. The Summer Talks series began in May and has provided free star-studded panel discussions with "Before Midnight" director Richard Linklater alongside Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke, "The Bling Ring" director Sofia Coppola, "Only God Forgives" director Nicolas Winding Refn, "Lee Daniels' The Butler" director Lee Daniels, among others. 

For more information about The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Holofcener's panel discussion, visit: www.filmlinc.com 

Check out the trailer to "Enough Said": 


This article is related to: Enough Said, Nicole Holofcener, New York Film Festival, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini